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Going Once, Going Twice! 9 June 2020 No game reserve in the world can claim such a devoted and extensive community of photographers and filmmakers as the Maasai Mara, and since 2018, the Angama Foundation’s Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer of the Year initiative has connected them with conservation initiatives who actively work to protect it, raising important funds for conservation in the process By Steve Mitchell
Shopping For Good 31 March 2020 Retail therapy: it definitely heals the soul. So what could be even better? Spending money on beautifully crafted items you crave, while knowing your money goes to a good cause By Shannon Davis
Juxtaposition 7 January 2020 Steve Mitchell recounts the tale behind the winning image of the 2019 Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer of the Year. By Steve Mitchell
A Teller of Tales in Maasailand 24 December 2019 Joel Kapante Ole Reyia’s first poem was published in a conservation journal at the tender age of 14. Despite some setbacks he has not put his pen down since… By Joel Kapante
The Lions Of London 12 November 2019 There is a growing trend in the wildlife photographic community to use their talent to give back to the conservation and preservation of the wilderness By Adam Bannister
When The Warriors Went On Safari 29 October 2019 In celebration of Kenya’s Day of Independence, Madaraka Day, warriors from a nearby village joined photographer Jeff Thige and guide Daniel and went on their very first safari out in the Mara By Robert Kiprotich
Visiting Roy’s Maasai Village 27 August 2019 A 14-hour flight and the Atlantic Ocean couldn’t stand in the way of a beautiful meeting between two Americans and the residents of a remote Maasai village By John Murray