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28 September 2009

Migration Update - 21st September 2009

There have been more heavier showers in the Western Corridor area over the last week and some of the herds have already made the journey down. If it dries up, they will not stay there but it is a reflection of the current drought and the desperation of many animals to find enough to eat and drink. The latest weather report from the Tanzanian meteorological dept say that rains will be normal to above normal but they are not anticipating an El Nino, as the currents in the Indian ocean have not re…

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09 September 2009

Migration Update - 9th September 2009

In the last few days, there have been some more showers in North Western Serengeti, which meant a large number of wildebeests have moved southwards between Tabora B and Kogatende. There are currently few herds in the Lamai wedge and north to the border but still reasonable number of herds milling between Bologonja and Kuka Hills in the North Eastern sector. With little or no rain predicted in the next seven days and limited grass bulk due to the drought of the last few months, we expect the he…

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