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The Silent Heroes of the Mara – The Mara Elephant Project 30 July 2021 Adam visits the MEP headquarters to learn about the incredible work that they do in the Mara By Adam Bannister
The Story of a Man Who Fell in Love With a Mountain 11 May 2021 In January of this year, Steve Mitchell travelled to the Greater Amboseli ecosystem and lost his heart to the roof of Africa By Steve Mitchell
This Week At Angama #156 29 January 2021 Week in and week out we aim, through this blog, to showcase the diversity of life found within the Maasai Mara ecosystem. Be it big or small, gripping or touching, it is our intention to share it all… By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #154 15 January 2021 Having been away from the Maasai Mara for the past month, Adam writes about how wonderful it is to be back in the fresh air. The cliché, he believes, is so true: absence truly does make the heart grow fonder By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #147 27 November 2020 Late afternoon rain showers have turned the Maasai Mara a deep, verdant green. With the Great Migration behind us for this year, Adam writes about the sudden calmness in the air, and the feeling that change is on the way By Adam Bannister
In the Company of Giants 24 November 2020 With views of Mount Kilimanjaro and an abundance of elephants, Adam recounts a recent photography expedition to Amboseli By Adam Bannister
Rewilding Kenya’s Gentle Giants 8 September 2020 Once they have outgrown the Sheldrick Trust’s Nairobi Nursery, the orphaned elephants begin the next exciting chapter of their lives. Adam visited Tsavo and learnt how these rescued elephant gradually learn how to be wild By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #133 21 August 2020 Every river crossing has its own element of drama, but one crossing this week took the drama to another level. Warning - this may not be for the faint of heart By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #125 26 June 2020 Every experience out in the Mara is a chance to learn something new, and having the Angama guides as teachers is so rewarding By Mwikali Ndambo
This Week At Angama #121 29 May 2020 The grass is turning a light shade of brown and distant plumes of smoke are rising in the south. Could it be that at last the rains are easing up? By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #118 8 May 2020 In between short showers of rain come dramatic fluffy clouds and the most glorious golden light. There may be a few obstacles to photographing at this time of the year, but there are also incredible rewards By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #111 20 March 2020 During these unprecedented times we want to assure you that we will continue posting the latest stories and updates, in real time, from the Maasai Mara. Once all this madness is over, the Mara will still be here waiting to welcome you back By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #107 21 February 2020 This week we take a closer look at some of the more regularly encountered characters of the Mara Triangle. These are the days of their lives… By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #105 7 February 2020 This marks the first week of our third year running this series. If you’re a newcomer, you’re in for a treat (and please check out the previous 104 weeks), and if you’re a loyal fan, thanks for checking in each and every Friday. By Tyler Davis
This Week At Angama #103 24 January 2020 Jeff recounts that it’s been another great week of marvellous sightings, filled with the best of wildlife sightings that the Mara has to offer By Jeffrey Thige
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