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Amboseli Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for August 2021

The Amboseli and Chyulu Ecosystem is currently very dry and much of the vegetation is either dry or shed. Consequently, wild animals are highly mobile in search of food leading to an intense interaction within human settlements.

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Mara Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for August 2021

The month was characterised by decreased precipitation with high daytime temperatures. The annual wildebeest migration is active with many of the wildebeests and zebras spread across the ecosystem. Accidental fires swept across the Maasai Mara National Reserve earlier in the month with significant amount of vegetation destroyed and briefly displacing some wild animals from their habitat.

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Meru Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for August 2021

The Conservation Area experienced dry weather through-out August. The once well covered prairies are rapidly becoming barren as wild animal continue to utilise the remaining vegetation. Hopefully there will be enough to take them through the next two months before the rainy season begins.

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Mount Kenya Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for August 2021

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Rift Valley Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for August 2021

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Tsavo Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for August 2021

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Mara Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for July 2021

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Meru Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for July 2021

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Mount Kenya Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for July 2021

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Rift Valley Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for July 2021

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Tsavo Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for July 2021

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Tsavo Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for June 2021

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Amboseli Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for June 2021

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Mara Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for June 2021

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Meru Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for June 2021

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