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Going Once, Going Twice! 9 June 2020 To date, the Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer of the Year competition has seen thousands of entries from professional and amateur photographers alike, and it has been immensely rewarding enjoying these entries from photographers from all walks of life, who have managed to capture almost every wildlife scene imaginable.   Last year we hosted a series... By Steve Mitchell
The Lions Of London 12 November 2019 Wildlife needs our help. As the human population continues to skyrocket, so precious lands set aside for animals are becoming smaller. These priceless pockets are where many of us return to time and time again to renew ourselves and find purpose. People come to these wild spaces from afar to watch animals as they are... 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
The Silent Heroes of the Mara – The Mara Elephant Project 30 July 2019 When we sat down to conceptualise  The Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer of the Year, one of the major drivers was to create a platform that allowed the public to learn about some of the unsung heroes that work within the Mara ecosystem. Everyday, incredible men and women do selfless work in harsh conditions to keep the... By Adam Bannister
Where Cows and
Conservation Co-exist
12 February 2019 With a formal background in conservation and land management, I have always wanted to travel to Laikipia county. The reason:  to visit a shining example of forward-thinking conservation. What a treat it was to be invited by Margot Raggett of Remembering Wildlife to accompany her on a visit to Ol Pejeta Conservancy in central Kenya... By Adam Bannister
A Night Out with the Hyenas 15 January 2019 Recently, I jumped at the opportunity to spend 24 hours with the Michigan State University Hyena Project. Having run for over 30 years this is one of the longest standing large predator studies that has been undertaken in Africa. During this time they have uncovered much about the spotted hyena, and laid to rest many... By Adam Bannister