Wildebeest Migration

We’ve spent four days rumbling across the Maasai Mara plains watching the great wildebeest migration. Our trusty guide Richard says it is the largest migration he remembers in his 25 years. The internet speed here in camp is preventing me posting photos, but Patrick, the camp manager, says he has managed to put up some of my photos on Herdtracker. Haven’t seen them, can’t confirm, because I can’t get Herdtracker to load just now, but for now here is one of two kills that happened in the crossing we saw on Monday, and there are many more to work on in the plane home.

Cheers for now.

WildebeestKill

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