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Mw Blog June 2015

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As many people know the migration patterns of the wildebeest herds have been affected over the past years with several factors; weather patterns, untimely back-burning, illegal poaching and so on. However, is it like Professor Brian Cox explains when he says that all species are affected by any number of factors throughout their lifetime on earth and that for some species to thrive or indeed actually to evolve or appear, other species have to adapt or become extinct? It is interesting food for thought and a topic that may attract varied schools of thought. But no-one can deny that viewing the Great Wildebeest Migration herds in the Serengeti National Park regardless of month, location or herd numbers, is a sight which most look upon with complete awe. Yesterday, we had word (and this photo) to show that quite large herds had crossed the Sand River and were milling around the Bologonja Area. We welcome to gnus and look forward to a fabulous viewing season with them!


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