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31 March 2014

Wall-to-wall wildebeest in Loliondo

Having just returned from our camp, Nduara Loliondo, I can safely say I've never seen a migration spectacle like it.  For over three hours we drove cross country across the endless green grassy plains of Loliondo uttering frequent exclamations as, over each successive ridge, the herds got denser.  Standing on the roof of the vehicle and spinning 360 degrees, the plains and distant ridges were speckled with the dark spots of wildebeest - as though someone had thrown handfuls of peppercorns on gr…

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18 March 2014

Wildebeest turn on a dime as rain sets in again....

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12 March 2014

Herds spread out as rain eases off

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 The heavy rains have eased up and the ground is drying up quickly, (even getting dusty in some areas already!), but the plains are green all over and the wildebeest are spreading out from Olduvai, across the plains towards Endulen, Maswa, Kusini and …

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