There is a ton of short, green grass in the center of the Serengeti at the moment, which makes me think that the migration won't be moving onward anytime soon. I saw many signs of predator activity, including a cheetah chase of a baby warthog.
The evenings here are quite cool, dipping down into the mid 50's in the Serengeti and perhaps the upper 40's on the rim of Ngorongoro. Daytime highs are reaching the mid 80's, except if it is overcast in Ngorongoro, which might only reach in the mid 60's.
We had lunch on the top of a kopje at Moru a few days ago, overlooking a large chunk of the wildebeest migration. Absolutely stunning to watch hundreds of thousands of animals in one large panoramic setting.
I will report my second safari findings, as well as some of my favorite images from these two safaris when I return home in a few weeks.