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This Week at Angama #257 6 January 2023 Two very special sightings welcome us into the new year — the mighty Shujaa crossing the Mara River and the ever-elusive pangolin captured by one lucky guest By Andrew Andrawes
The Best Safari Sightings of 2022 30 December 2022 Guides spend their entire days exploring the Mara Triangle — so choosing their favourite sightings of the year means they must be pretty special By The Guides of Angama
This Week at Angama #256 30 December 2022 As the year draws to a close, it's the end of another volume of This Week at Angama. And rather fittingly, we're witnessing a new generation take centre stage By Robert Sayialel
This Week at Angama #254 16 December 2022 The short rains have made the grass — which harbours many interesting creatures — a glorious green. And in the Mara, it always pays to look up By Sammy Njoroge
Hallelujah 16 December 2022 Earlier this month, The Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer of the Year 2022 was announced. It was a night to showcase the Mara photographic community's incredible talent and their ability to turn everyday scenes into masterpieces By Sue van Winsen
This Week at Angama #252 2 December 2022 The food chain in the Mara ecosystem is complex but one thing's for sure — you want to be on top of it By Andrew Andrawes
This Week at Angama #251 25 November 2022 Christmas has come early for us in the shape of four flopsy cubs as the Angama Pride starts anew. Plus, a rhino crash if there ever was one By Andrew Andrawes
A Great Guiding Team, Built to Last 23 November 2022 Being a safari guide is not just about passing an exam — it's about weaving magical stories, having each other's back and spending hours appreciating everything the Mara has to offer By Sammy Komu
This Week at Angama #250 18 November 2022 We were subject to some terrible manners this week — and a leopard playing with her food wasn't even the worst of it By Robert Sayialel
This Week at Angama #249 11 November 2022 Sightings of the mysterious leopard and cheetah males are all the chatter this week — along with the newborn lion cubs, of course By Robert Sayialel
This Week at Angama #248 4 November 2022 As for most animals, family is everything — they help you get clean (or dirty), and have your back through thick and thin By Sammy Njoroge
This Week at Angama #247 28 October 2022 This week was all about changing perspectives and seeing things differently — both literally and figuratively By Sammy Njoroge
This Week at Angama #246 21 October 2022 With the rest of the Migration making its way back into Tanzania, the residents of the Mara Triangle are enjoying some overdue peace and quiet By Andrew Andrawes
This Week at Angama #245 14 October 2022 From legends in the making to current kings getting humbled, we're closely following the predator dynamics of the Triangle By Andrew Andrawes
This Week at Angama #244 8 October 2022 The Migration can't seem to get enough of the Mara and the Bila Shaka boys can't get enough of the Migration — so (almost) everybody is happy. Plus, a mysterious leopard is finally documented for the first time. By Robert Sayialel
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