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Long Live the King 29 June 2021 At 1pm local time on 11 June, Scarface took his last breath. He died of natural causes in peace without any disturbance from vehicles or hyenas. The Mara has lost a king, but may his legend live on forever By Nicky Fitzgerald
This Week At Angama #174 4 June 2021 Douggy captures another week at Angama with all the familiar favourites. What is most exciting is a highly anticipated update on the Sausage Tree Pride, with happy news from these much-loved lions who continue to thrive and reap the rewards of their ever-increasing numbers By Douggy Onsongo
This Week at Angama #173 28 May 2021 From a super leopard to battling giraffe and newborn cubs, the Mara continues to abundantly deliver the most astounding scenes – first-time and unexpected sightings, even for those that spend every day out exploring the landscape By Douggy Onsongo
This Week At Angama #172 20 May 2021 In the Mara, the eternal battle between lions and hyenas wages on as each fights for apex predator status. This week, denning hyenas and powerful lion coalitions continually shift the power balance in the shadows of the hot-air balloons overhead By Adam Bannister
Spot the Difference 26 April 2021 Did you know that currently there are no less than 32 magnificent male lions in the Mara Triangle? One for every 16 sqkm. And each has a story. And now these stories are documented in an exciting identification guide, spearheaded by Adam who was ably assisted by the lion lovers of the Mara Triangle By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #168 23 April 2021 The joy of a photographic library as large as we now have at Angama is that you can easily look back over the weeks, months and years. Memories get triggered, stories unfold and sometimes predictions can be made By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #163 18 March 2021 Adam shows us why an exploration into the Inselberg area of the Mara Triangle will undoubtedly be a highlight of your visit… By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #162 12 March 2021 Don’t underestimate the healing properties of nature. What often begins as a bucket list vacation may help bridge the gap between us and the natural world By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #160 26 February 2021 After being away for a week, Adam returns to the Mara Triangle, delighted to be back in familiar territory, exploring the subtle changes and nuances which make this landscape so appealing By Adam Bannister
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
This Week at Angama #159 19 February 2021 Laura Goldsworthy observes that despite the changing weather patterns currently playing out across the globe, the Mara reminds us that as much as things change, they sometimes stay the same By Laura Goldsworthy
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 #146 20 November 2020 While Adam is out in the field with guests, Laura writes about how the rest of us are left daydreaming about the emerald grasslands of the Mara, wishing Covid away so that we can race back there to enjoy it ourselves By Laura Goldsworthy
This Week At Angama #145 13 November 2020 While it may have been a quiet week in the Mara Triangle in terms of visitor numbers, the plains are healthy, vibrant and bursting with life, as discovered by Angama's head guide, Sammy Komu By Sammy Komu
This Week At Angama #142 23 October 2020 As someone who lives in the Mara and rarely goes out on game drives, Operations Manager Azei Lago was treated to a safari with head guide Sammy Komu this week By Azei Lago
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