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In Search of the Shoebill 14 July 2020 If you’ve ever been dubious about birds being the descendants of dinosaurs, look no further than the shoebill. Just look at it; it’s basically a flying dinosaur. Even its scientific name, Balaeniceps rex (which literally translates to “King of the Whale Heads”), sounds more like a name reserved for a giant prehistoric reptile than a... By Tyler Davis
This Week At Angama #123 12 June 2020 Before leaving the Mara, the rain had left its mark across the Reserve, making game drives near impossible – at least not without risk of getting stuck in a muddy hole. Happily, the rains seem to be moving on and it has been fantastic to enjoy sunnier days out in the park. [f 11, 1/500,... By Mwikali Ndambo
This Week At Angama #114 10 April 2020 It goes without saying that sunrises in the Mara are spectacular – the sky’s deep reds give way to brilliant oranges before melting away into cotton candy pinks and baby blues. So as you can imagine, it was mesmerising to view the equally stunning super moon we had this week, just as it was setting... By Mwikali Ndambo
This Week At Angama #112 27 March 2020 I’ve had the mixed fortune of being in the Mara at a time when almost everything is shutting down. It has meant daily game drives and far less studio time, save for photo and video editing. It has also meant a great deal of waiting – waiting on news from around the world; waiting to... By Mwikali Ndambo
This Week At Angama #106 14 February 2020 Last week, Tyler focused largely on the prolific birdlife in the reserve at the moment. As the rains appear to have eased off, and the mercury rises, I decided to try encapsulate the huge diversity of animals, experiences, sights and photographic opportunities on offer in this little piece of heaven. Enjoy This Week At Angama.  [f... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #105 7 February 2020 The unseasonal rains have continued, with some of the wettest days of the last 12 months.  The good news is that there are dry days ahead, with hardly a trace of rain in the impending forecast. While the unusual and noteworthy wet weather has certainly proved a challenge, it doesn’t mean we aren’t still having... By Tyler Davis