3 August 2005
The Kirawira area of the Western Corridor still has substantial groups of wildebeest around despite the fact that it is drying up fast. The Migration has definitely left the Moru area, though cats and elephant are still highlights of the area. There are light rain showers right across the Northern Serengeti which will help to keep a large part of the Migration from disappearing across the border for the time being. It will also help fast regeneration of the grass after the burning set by the park authorities. The migration is still wide spread across the northern and north western Serengeti. No huge groups but sizeable crowds.