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January 27, 2017

Rain on dry plains.

Good news today, we just had contact from our guides in Ndutu and they say it rained last night!

Looking at the forecasts this should last for a while, so fingers crossed.

Currently the migration is very scattered, while Ndutu woodlands are relatively green and there are some smaller herds, a lot of them are on the plains towards Kusini and Maswa, some even reaching North towards Moru, but with a couple of more showers they should all move back towards Ndutu in the next couple of days.

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Good news today, we just had contact from our guides in Ndutu and they say it rained last night!

Looking at the forecasts this should last for a while, so fingers crossed.

Currently the migration is very scattered, while Ndutu woodlands are relatively green and there are some smaller herds, a lot of them are on the plains towards Kusini and Maswa, some even reaching North towards Moru, but with a couple of more showers they should all move back towards Ndutu in the next couple of days.

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