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Ndutu, never the same… This year: migration from Maswa to Twin Hills and at the same minute another long line from Twin Hills to Maswa. Lot of wildebeest births and tiny cheetah and lion cubs very well hided by there carefull mothers. There was a lonesome baboon confusing a wildebeest- and zebra herd in the middle of Makao Plain. We were surrounded by big herds  of galloping wildebeest  in the Olduvai Valley and saw a marvelous hunt of Espresso, Mocha and Latte. There were breeding cattle egrets at lake Masek and the borders of lake Ndutu were full of storks. One day the plains were totally empty and the next day they were full of animals again.

Never a boring day… Gerard and Evelyne

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February 2010
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