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Jeffrey Thige

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 Heavy rain approaches in the evening while the sun rays struggle to peek through. It’s always so serene and scenic when it rains in the park. [f 5.0 1/125, ISO 100 -1] Fang and his brother, Short Tail, in the background. With the grass growing taller by the day, these two have become more elusive... By Jeffrey Thige
This Week At Angama #101 10 January 2020 We stumbled upon this jackal lying in the middle of the road amid some elephant dung. He was using the dung to warm himself up on this chilly morning and would not budge until we were very close. We stopped to take a few pictures and most obligingly, he walked back to the dung and... By Jeffrey Thige
This Week At Angama #99 27 December 2019 This week’s biggest highlight was definitely this tug-of-war between a lioness and a crocodile. The lioness ambushed this zebra after it had successfully crossed the Mara river and escaped the crocs. The crocodiles then tried to take the zebra back but the lion stood her ground and defended the kill. This went on for hours... By Jeffrey Thige
This Week At Angama #98 20 December 2019 This week, the amazing Shepard Tree leopard delighted guests of the Mara Triangle for three consecutive days. His comfort around vehicles meant that he was always at ease and completely undisturbed. [f 5.6, 1/1000, ISO 400]   He was atop a tree when I caught up with him, scanning the landscape for a potential meal. [f... By Jeffrey Thige
This Week At Angama #97 13 December 2019 It had been several months since I had last seen a leopard, so when I heard a radio call that one had been spotted along the river bank, I promptly left the lion sighting I had stopped at, in search of the beautiful and elusive cat. A personal favourite of mine. [f 6.3, 1/80, ISO... By Jeffrey Thige
This Week At Angama #96 6 December 2019 The later than usual rains have continued to fall, turning the already verdant landscape a shade of dazzling green, with moody skies and puddles aplenty for all to enjoy. [f 6.3, 1/250, ISO 500   -0.67] It is wonderful to see how the three Angama Pride male cubs have grown. Even though they are now old... By Jeffrey Thige