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Hailing from Nairobi, Jeff’s younger years were spent watching Big Cat Diaries with his mother. Images of wild animals roaming across the savanna inspired Jeff to travel the country, study wildlife management and move into photography. Jeff aims to use his camera to become an ambassador for conservation. He joined Angama Mara as an intern in 2018 and is now employed full time as assistant photographer at the lodge’s Photographic Studio.

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This Week At Angama #102 17 January 2020 The rains are back in the Mara and one of the best things about this is the wet savanna brings wildlife closer to the road making for some exciting sightings By Jeffrey Thige
This Week At Angama #101 10 January 2020 It’s been another busy week in the Mara – morning, noon and dusk, no matter the time of day, there is always a beautiful scene to capture By Jeffrey Thige
This Week At Angama #99 27 December 2019 Seasons Greetings and a very Merry Christmas from the Angama photographic studio. Another week of exciting and captivating scenes in the beautiful Mara. By Jeffrey Thige
This Week At Angama #98 20 December 2019 No lions? No problem. What we may have missed this week in terms of lion sightings, was more than made up for with three rare and elusive cats making an appearance By Jeffrey Thige
This Week At Angama #97 13 December 2019 It’s always exciting when the elusive leopard makes an appearance, but that was just the start of a week filled with satisfied predators with plenty to eat By Jeffrey Thige
This Week At Angama #96 6 December 2019 From tumbling elephants, to waving plovers, even when the rains fall there is still plenty to see and enjoy in the Mara By Jeffrey Thige