Typically at this time of year, the migratory herds should be gathered on the southern Serengeti plains to drop their calves. This year, however, the dusty, dry conditions in the south have forced the wildebeest to split up and change their path. The mega herd is headed to the central Serengeti, near Lake Magadi. The vast herd stretches from the Nyarboro Hills to the Rongai Hills as they await the rains in the south. Another large herd has moved to the Kusini region, close to the Maswa game controlled area where the grass remains lush and green. We all await the rains with anticipation…….