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This Week At Angama #130 31 July 2020 Every year the migration unfolds in a unique way. From the time the zebra and wildebeest first arrive in the Mara, to their movements in general throughout this northern reach of their annual circuit, to when they dramatically start crossing the river in massive numbers; no two years are alike. Given Adam’s exciting blog from... By Tyler Davis
Nature Continues To Heal 28 April 2020 The Mardi Gras (call it what you will) migration season is, you know, when the two million wildebeest, zebra, eland and Thomson’s gazelles arrive along with thousands of excited tourists and their guides. In my opinion, The Migration is nature’s greatest celebration. Yes, there are a lot of tourists and yes many of them (and... By James Hendry
This Week At Angama #93 15 November 2019 Time takes on a new dimension in the wilderness. Sometimes the pace is pole pole, as the Kenyans say, and sometimes the days simply evaporate.  This week was one of the latter; a week of non-stop action. Enjoy a rather frenetic This Week At Angama. [f 4.0, 1/1250, ISO 320, -0.33] Good news – the lioness... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #92 8 November 2019  Two weeks in the UK was enough to leave me yearning for open spaces and the wilderness. I love the order of the city, but long for the chaos and unpredictability of the wild. Walking through the streets of London, I found my mind to be almost contained and enclosed, best described as having my... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #90 25 October 2019 In last week’s blog, I shared that I had only seen one herd of about seven elephant. How quickly things can change in the Mara. This week, I must have seen close to 200 elephant in one morning drive of just three hours. The news that the wildebeest have headed back to Tanzania must have... By Jeffrey Thige
This Week At Angama #86 27 September 2019 Drama unfolds on a daily basis in the Mara, but never more so than when the zebra start to congregate at the infamous crocodile-infested crossing known as ‘Cul-de-sac’. It is at this exact site that I have had a number of extremely dramatic sightings this migration season. Regardless of the fact that the majority of... By Adam Bannister