We are gearing up for next week's survey of giraffes and other ungulates in the Tarangire-Manyara-Natron Ecosystem of northern Tanzania. This survey is timed to take place towards the end of the long dry season. During the dry season, the density of migratory wildlife within Tarangire National Park is rivaled only by that of the nearby Ngorongoro Crater. Tarangire is teeming with wildebeests, zebras, gazelles, elands, and oryx that depend upon drinking water from the Tarangire River and associated waterholes. We look forward to the survey and will report back on our findings. Meanwhile, please enjoy these photos from past surveys.
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