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This Week At Angama #86 27 September 2019 Drama unfolds on a daily basis in the Mara, but never more so than when the zebra start to congregate at the infamous crocodile-infested crossing known as ‘Cul-de-sac’. It is at this exact site that I have had a number of extremely dramatic sightings this migration season. Regardless of the fact that the majority of... By Adam Bannister
Back From The Brink 10 September 2019 The Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer of the Year is not just a photographic competition, it is a mechanism to showcase some of the incredible, yet unrecognised people in the Mara. Every day, hundreds of people put their heart and soul into ensuring that this park retains its diversity, abundance of game and beauty. This is... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #80 16 August 2019 This blog series attempts to document change, interactions, behaviour and most importantly provide a snapshot on what is happening in the Mara right now. When I go out to photograph for this blog series, I am not necessarily looking for beautiful images; I am looking to document diversity. [f 8.0, 1/320, ISO 800, -0.33] Take for... By Adam Bannister
A Chaotic Carnival of Wild Abundance 12 August 2019 When I last left the Mara in March, the sea of red oat grass was dotted with floating pachyderms and topi marooned on termite mounds. Invisible in the waves, lions eyed rafts of drifting buffalo. The first thunder of the long rains cracked as I flew out. On my return, a few months later, the... By James Hendry
Sharpening The Spear 16 July 2019 It was an honour and responsibility to lead the fifth consecutive annual guide training with the Angama Mara team. What was the next step for a team that had a strong foundation, consistency and had reached  such a high level of guiding? This team has been together since the lodge’s opening five years ago and... By Byron Ross
This Week At Angama #75 12 July 2019 It’s official – peak season has begun and is in full swing. This is heralded by two indisputable facts: the wildebeest are in the Mara by their tens of thousands, with hundreds of thousands more on their heels, and we are running at top speed at Angama. This week’s review is a collaboration, with Jeff... By Tyler Davis