A South African-trained biologist, safari guide, author, filmmaker and photographer, Adam is, above all else, a gifted storyteller. After spending the past 10 years working in some of the world’s most beautiful wild places – the Sabi Sand Game Reserve in South Africa, Rajasthan in India, Brazil’s Pantanal, and the rainforests of Manu National Park in Peru – he is delighted to share his stories of one of the loveliest game reserves of them all, the Maasai Mara.
This Week At Angama #1446 November 2020Following Adam's longest absence from the Mara ecosystem in over a year, he has found it fascinating to be back; noticing the subtle but important changes that have taken placeByAdam Bannister
This Week At Angama #13825 September 2020After taking a one month sabbatical, the Great Migration is back in the Maasai Mara. Massive herds have congregated along the river and across the grassy plainsByAdam Bannister
This Week At Angama #13718 September 2020Nature can be such a tease at times – she offers you a taste, and then pulls it all away. She knows how to give just enough to leave you chomping at the bit for moreByAdam Bannister
This Week At Angama #13611 September 2020Game drives are addictive, there is no other way of putting it. Regardless of how many amazing sightings you have, and the number of memory cards you fill up with breathtaking images; there is always room for one moreByAdam Bannister
Rewilding Kenya’s Gentle Giants8 September 2020Once they have outgrown the Sheldrick Trust’s Nairobi Nursery, the orphaned elephants begin the next exciting chapter of their lives. Adam visited Tsavo and learnt how these rescued elephant gradually learn how to be wildByAdam Bannister
This Week At Angama #1354 September 2020The unpredictability of the Great Migration is staggering. You can go out one afternoon and be greeted by hundreds of thousands of wildebeest, the river pulsating with drama. A few hours later and they are all gone; but look closely and you will see there is always something to capture your interestByAdam Bannister