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26 June 2014

MOJA (NYOTA’S SUB-ADULT, MALE LION CUB)

Life of Moja. This male lion cub is part of the Rhino Ridge pride, west of Mara Intrepids Camp, with Mohican & Romeo2 as the two male dominant lions of the pride. When Moja was three months old, he was cornered by a herd of six hundred buffaloes. Moja sought refuge in a cave while Nyota, his mother played decoy and lead the herd away from Moja. When they reached Rhino Ridge, the buffalo lost interest and started grazing in a different direction. Nyota came back for Moja and led her cub…

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16 June 2014

Wildebeest Migration Sightings - Update

Weather It gets cloudy with showers of rain after sunset. During the day there is some drizzle.  We have clear views of the sunset and sunrise.  The grass is green and short in many areas. Temperature 17c in the morning 27c at midday 25c after sunset. MIGRATION OF WILDEBEEST AND ZEBRAS The wildebeest and zebras migration is taking its traditional route which is south of Mara Intrepids Camp via Maji ya Fisi, to the Olkiombo plain and then to Topi plain and onto Musiara Marsh.…

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12 June 2014

The 2014 Wildebeest Migration Is Here!

Weather  It’s drizzling in the Mara. The grass on some plains is green and short and in other parts it’s tall with the red-oat grass. The sunsets and sunrise are great. After sunset, it’s cloudy with showers of rain. Temperature  17c morning 27c at midday 25c after sunset. Migration of Wildebeest and Zebras The annual migration of the wildebeest and zebras from the Serengeti in Tanzania and the Loita plains in Kenya has arrived. After the prolonged drought in the country, the Mara region …

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11 June 2014

Wildies Central with a chance of North

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Currently the herds are quite spread out.  There are good concentrations between Seronera and into the Western Corridor, but a lot of the big herds have already moved on, and are now on the way north, all spread out throughout from  Ikoma, Lobo, Nyamalumbwa and Kogatende a…

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