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The Angama Guide to the Great Migration 21 July 2021 It is the largest land-based animal migration on the planet – more than a million wildebeest and zebras migrating en-masse on their never-ending journey in search of greener pastures. Most will survive the hazards faced along the way, but hundreds of thousands won’t. This is without a doubt, the greatest show on Earth By Sue van Winsen
This Week At Angama #144 6 November 2020 Following Adam's longest absence from the Mara ecosystem in over a year, he has found it fascinating to be back; noticing the subtle but important changes that have taken place By Adam Bannister
The Great Migration – All Mine 6 October 2020 Simon decided that ‘enough was quite enough’ and booked a flight to Kenya in September. His suitcase was surprised and elated to hit the road again. Simon had to see for himself exactly what a safari around Kenya entailed when much of the world is still either in lockdown or travellers are too anxious to leave home. After reading this perhaps it’s time to blow the dust off your suitcase and come back to Africa – we miss you By Simon Beck
This Week At Angama #138 25 September 2020 After taking a one month sabbatical, the Great Migration is back in the Maasai Mara. Massive herds have congregated along the river and across the grassy plains By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #135 4 September 2020 The unpredictability of the Great Migration is staggering. You can go out one afternoon and be greeted by hundreds of thousands of wildebeest, the river pulsating with drama. A few hours later and they are all gone; but look closely and you will see there is always something to capture your interest By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #134 28 August 2020 This week at Angama has taught me that good things come to those who wait – even those who wait impatiently. It felt like Christmas came early for me and each unique sighting was a wonderful gift By Mwikali Ndambo
This Week At Angama #132 14 August 2020 The Mara is open as is Angama, and the Migration is in full swing. Herds of wildebeest numbering in the thousands have been pouring into the savannah, heeding a call as old as time itself By Mwikali Ndambo
This Week At Angama #131 7 August 2020 This Week at Angama we bring you something different. Four world-renowned Kenyan photographers and documentary filmmakers came to stay to capture the Great Migration in their unique styles, bringing their fresh perspectives to the greatest show on Earth By Mwikali Ndambo
This Week At Angama #130 31 July 2020 As this year’s Migration continues to progress and evolve, we’re reminded it’s important not to overlook the other players in the Mara – even the smallest ones. By Tyler Davis
Nature Continues To Heal 28 April 2020 Author, guide and WildEarth host James Hendry had the original intention for this blog to be an amusing yarn in the lead up to the annual Mara Triangle Fiesta. But the world has been flipped onto its back since that was set By James Hendry
This Week At Angama #93 15 November 2019 Maasai airborne, evening golden light, elephants returning en masse, lions kill and cubs cavorting - the Mara never fails to deliver. By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #92 8 November 2019 Wide open spaces conjure a feeling which is difficult to express, but is simply unmistakable to experience By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #90 25 October 2019 The great wildebeest herds have made their way to Serengeti. As we bid them farewell, we welcome the elephant herds in their hundreds By Jeffrey Thige
This Week At Angama #86 27 September 2019 An action-packed crossing in one of the Mara’s most infamous crossing sites, and an abundance of lion made this another exciting week in the Mara. By Adam Bannister
Two Weeks Ago at Angama 24 September 2019 Under duress, regular guest and passionate photographer, James Fitzgerald, was persuaded by his nagging sister-in-law, Nicky, to share his beautiful photographs taken earlier on in September. This is James’ second guest appearance on our blog … and next year there will be a third. By James Fitzgerald
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