We see plenty lion, elephant, buck and of course a few sizeable herds of wildebeest and zebra. We witnessed large herds of wildebeest, zebra and topi gathering at the Mara River edge, and then suddenly they all decided to cross. A dominant male of the Marsh Pride of lions takes a drink from a water hole, also occupied by a hippopotamus, in the early morning sunlight on the savannah of Kenya's Masai Mara National Reserve.
No crossings today, but they're definitely gathering in numbers on the East side of the river. Our first day on safari from Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp.
Broadcast from Kenya's Masai Mara using Periscope, Internet users from around the world were able to witness Africa's greatest wildlife event -- the great wildebeest migration -- live on their mobile phones, tablets and PCs from 29 September to 5 October 2015. And we say farewell to some Ausie friends who've enjoyed the Masai Mara over the last few days.
Governors Camp nestles in the forest along the winding banks of the Mara River, it's waters teeming with bird-life, hippo and crocodile, in the heart of Kenya's Masai Mara National Reserve.
Some of the 37 tents line the riverbank, tucked into the forest they enjoy uninterrupted views over the Mara River, others have views across the sweeping plains of the Masai Mara.
Big thanks to the team from MAKE IT KENYA for hosting the Herd Tracker team. The #Mara Live safari broadcast is brought to you by Make It - the newly launched Kenya international campaign, offering a rich source of digital content and inspiration for travellers and media. Make It Herd Tracker is web-app that tracks the great migration in real-time on a Google map.
Follow the migration from your mobile phone, tablet or PC - or use it to plan your next migration safari to Kenya.
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