The reserve of Ndutu

Some 280 km from Arusha, the endless reserve of Ndutu, essentially composed with grass-land, is a part of north Ngorongoro which is joining the Serengeti.

Each year, between November and March, but depending of the rains, it receives  the migration of hundred of thousands  wildebeasts and zebras, of course followed by their preadators, lions, cheetahs, leopards, hyenas.

Pink flamingos on the lake Masek (© Fafa)

Golden chacal (© D.Gremion)
The tiny and shy steenbock (© Fafa)
Grant’s gazelle (© Fafa)
(© Fafa)
A bad-end encounter (© Fafa)
(© Fafa)