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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 #115 17 April 2020 If I had to summarise this past week in just one word, “dramatic” would be it. Two major events, the likes of which I’d only ever seen on wildlife documentaries, played out right before my eyes – and it was epic. [f 5.6, 1/500, ISO 400, 0.0] In the Mara, you will find beasts both... 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 #94 22 November 2019 [f 5.0, 1/2500, ISO 320] In my work, my camera is an extension of my body – it goes everywhere with me. In this fast-paced world cameras are improving all the time, and sadly it is no longer a case of ‘the best camera is the one in your hand right now’. Huge improvements in... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #83 6 September 2019  The wildebeest have come to the Mara And undoubtedly this can only mean drama The sound they will make Chaos left in their wake Enjoy This Week At Angama     There once was a lion in the grass Whose prowess none could ever surpass He could see the beast coming In fact he was... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #71 14 June 2019 The strength of this blog series is that it acts as a visual diary, allowing us to go back and compare animal movements, sightings and weather conditions from year to year. Much has been in the news and on social media about the this year’s early arrival of the Great Migration. After witnessing first hand... By Adam Bannister