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Migration arrived in the Masai Mara way ahead of schedule

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“The migration is back” came the shout yesterday from the Kenyan side of the trans-boundary Serengeti – Masai Mara ecosystem as the advance “troops” of the million and a half strong herds of wildebeest and zebras have reached the rivers and are piling up numbers before the first major crossings will provide visitors once again with sights often equated with one of nature’s greatest spectacles.

Unusually early, the migration normally arrives by mid to late June and at times as late as July, is the return of the great herds a boost for Kenya’s struggling tourism sector as the annual migration is one of the country’s major selling points for safaris.

Source: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang H. Thome, eTN Africa Correspondent

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