Serengeti migration update: Anibody out there NOW ?

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Mar 24th, 2012, 04:28 PM
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Serengeti migration update: Anibody out there NOW ?

Hi

can anybody give us an update of migrating herds' wherebouts?
the sites (below) sometimes forget about it for 2 weeks...
i'd be grateful to get a report on migrating-herds position, as i'll be in TZ in April

Serengeti migration update: Sites

http://www.wildwatch.com/great_migration/

http://www.nomad-tanzania.com/blogs/...eti-migration/

http://www.atta.travel/nomad/

http://www.africaodyssey.com/blog/se...gration-update
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Mar 24th, 2012, 05:13 PM
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Doubt if this is much help, but anyway -
http://www.ndutu.com/
Any lodges (like Ndutu above) you'll be staying at have such ongoing info?

regards - tom
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Mar 24th, 2012, 05:21 PM
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As of yesterday the herds were around Kusini. Currently not raining in Ndutu and plenty and plenty of cats activity.

It could change in few days if it rains,the herds would be back in Ndutu. When are you leaving?

You can check The Wild Source fb page for recent updates- Deo, their guide and partner in Tz, saw 18 cheetahs (12 cubs inc) yesterday around Ndutu, including one successful hunt!
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Mar 25th, 2012, 11:45 AM
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Thanks Tom it does add some info about Ndutu (zero being a meaningful number...)

Thanks Tanya you're really updated! (or u r there??)
can you paste the link to that page of Wild Source (i see that it's Bill's site, same guy who was known here as PB - Predator Biologist?)
i'll be in Serengeti around 6th-8th of April

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Mar 25th, 2012, 05:57 PM
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No not there(I wish!)

I get almost all of my updates from The Wild Source team- planning something next year with them. At work so cant access fb, will post the link later ( or someone else here can).
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Apr 30th, 2014, 08:08 AM
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i'm renewing this thread
with links to Serengeti migration updates

because of a new fantastic link:
updated by guides, camps and pilots (!)

HerdTracker - Live map of the great wildebeest migration 2014
http://www.discoverafrica.com/herdtracker/)/
- thanks to cooper0717 for this link
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