Wildebeest Migration Facts, Route (Updated Month by Month)
The Great Wildebeest Migration Facts, Videos, Route (Updated Month by Month). A Complete Guide To Great Wildebeest Migration Kenya (Masai Mara) is the largest migration of animals in the world usually referred to as the wildlife world cup happening year, in the wildebeest migration more than 2 million wildebeests accompanied by large numbers of zebras, Grant’s gazelles, Thompson’s gazelles, elands and impalas moving around the Maasai Mara –Serengeti ecosystem composed of Serengeti national park in Tanzania and Maasai Mara national reserve found in Kenya in a clockwise direction.
The animals participating in the wildebeest migration move in large herds with up to 1,000 animals per kilometers, the greater columns of wildebeests can be seen from the space. The migrating herds move in a constant cycle in search of nutritious grass and water and they are guided by survival instinct, as they move each wildebeest covers 800 to 1,000 kilometers on its individual journey along age-old migration routes.