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Birdfair 2012
 Thousands of bird-lovers have visited the Bird Fair 2008 in the Oostvaardersplassen in the Netherlands. The event was organized for the fourth time by the Dutch State Forestry, SOVON (Dutch Centre for Field Ornithology) and Vogelbescherming Nederland and has been a great success.

The Bird Fair 2012 took place on 23 and 24 August, at the same location as last year: the nature reserve Oostvaardersplassen near Lelystad, in the centre of the Netherlands. A varied program included attractive items for nature-lovers of all ages.

The birdfair was also a great success for MolizTours and Safaris. We had a very nice stand with a lot of photos, what attracted a lot of bird lovers. It was good to talk to our future travelers and to travelers who had been to Uganda or Rwanda with us.



Birdfair 2011
 Thousands of bird-lovers have visited the Bird Fair 2011 in the Oostvaardersplassen in the Netherlands. The event was organized for the third time by the Dutch State Forestry, SOVON (Dutch Centre for Field Ornithology) and Vogelbescherming Nederland and has been a great success.

The Bird Fair 2011 took place on 25 and 26 August, at the same location as last year: the nature reserve Oostvaardersplassen near Lelystad, in the centre of the Netherlands. A varied programme included attractive items for nature-lovers of all ages.

The birdfair was also a great success for MolizTours and Safaris. We had a very nice stand with a lot of photos, what attracted a lot of bird lovers. It was good to talk to our future travellers and to travellers who had been to Uganda or Rwanda with us.

See (follow) the Great Migration

Marching in seemingly endless columns, cantering through the dust, and cavorting in green Pastures, the annual movement of wildebeest and other grazing ungulates across the Kyambura Gorge ecosystem is probably the greatest spectacle in the animal kingdom.

This dramatic event is triggered by the related factors of rainfall and grass growth which have a largely predictable seasonal pattern. Over two million herbivores partake in this great migration, with some 200.000 Zebra, 18.000 Eland and 500.000 Thomson's gazelle traveling ahead of, alongside, or behind the main players- 1.500.000 wildebeest.

These animals move from the dryer southern part of the ecosystem (the short grass plains of south-eastern ) to the moister northern part (the northern woodlands and Kidepo plains) and back again. The Wildebeest give birth in the North-east between December and April when optimum grazing is available, moving steadily west and north until they arrive in the their respective homes in July or August. After dramatic crossing of the tributary rivers, the mass of gnus (Wildebeest) remain on the productive northern grasslands until October or November at a time when the rest of the ecosystem is just too dry to support them. And then, as the storm clouds gather in the south, the vast herds return to their breeding grounds which, by the time they reach them, are again lush and green.

Whatever they are on their travels, the drawn-out chains and thundering cavalcades of Elephants and Zebras are scavengers who feast on the old, the lame and the lost. Lion, hyena, leopard, cheetah, jackal and vulture are aided by less conspicuous no less important micro-organisms which recycle nutrients through this incredibly productive ecosystem.

There are few, if any, places on earth where the full-scale migration of large mammals still occurs. To witness this remarkable, timeless phenomenon in the is indeed a rare and unforgettable privilege! So book your trip to the great migration with Moliz Tours!

For bookings or more information: info@moliztoursandsafaris.com


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