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Collaring Mama Kali 23 February 2021 One of the biggest hurdles animals face in the Greater Mara Ecosystem is human-wildlife conflict. Tyler Davis let us know how a new lion-collaring project is helping to address the issue at its root By Tyler Davis
People First. Always. 21 July 2020 Looking back on a 40-year career, Nicky is certain that the heart of the industry is powered by people: guests, staff, communities, and other stakeholders By Nicky Fitzgerald
Going Once, Going Twice! 9 June 2020 Steve Mitchell announces the new auction platform for The Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer of the Year and writes about the conservation good work that this Angama Foundation initiative continues to enable By Steve Mitchell
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
Back From The Brink 10 September 2019 Looking at the Mara Triangle now, it's hard to imagine that less than 20 years ago, the park was in free fall. We would like to pay tribute to the silent heroes of the Mara Conservancy for revitalising this extraordinary ecosystem By Adam Bannister
The Silent Heroes of the Mara – The Mara Elephant Project 30 July 2019 Celebrating one of the incredible conservation organisations in the Maasai Mara, Adam Bannister visited the Mara Elephant Project head quarters and here tells about some of the incredible work that they do By Adam Bannister
Where Cows and Conservation Co-exist 12 February 2019 On a short visit to Ol Pejeta, Adam Bannister was struck by the diversity Kenya has to offer as well as the progressive measures the country is taking to protect it's wildlife and wilderness areas By Adam Bannister
A Night Out with the Hyenas 15 January 2019 Adam discovers that spotted hyenas are not greedy, stupid, scavenging scoundrels after all By Adam Bannister
Never Forgetting Always Remembering 18 December 2018 Adam Bannister had the recent privilege of hosting wildlife photographer Margot Raggett and shares the story behind her incredible charity book series Remembering Wildlife By Adam Bannister
And The Winner Is… 11 December 2018 Steve Mitchell writes about last week's cocktail celebration where the winner of the inaugural Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer of the Year was announced and shares exciting plans for 2019... By Steve Mitchell
The Countdown Has Begun 13 November 2018 In just over three weeks the long wait will be over as to which photograph in The Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer of the Year earned its shutterbug top honours for 2018... By Adam Bannister
Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) 17 September 2018 My name is Jeffrey Thige and I want to be a professional wildlife photographer By Jeffrey Thige
If Everybody Did 28 August 2018 365 days into operating virtually plastic-free at Angama Mara has been much easier than we ever thought possible. Tyler recounts the journey By Tyler Davis
There Are Angels at Work 10 July 2018 Every day a remarkable team works tirelessly to protect the mighty pachyderms of the Greater Mara and how lucky we are to have them By Adam Bannister
Poachers 0: Sniffer Heroes 1 19 March 2018 Adam spends an afternoon with Nanyuki and Sopia, the newest recruits in the Mara canine unit and comes away with a newfound respect for what happens behind the scenes keeping our Reserve free from the scourge of poaching By Adam Bannister
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