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This Week at Angama #242 23 September 2022 What was four has become three and what should be zero is four... The maths amount to an intriguing week as we mourn a loss and make a riveting discovery By Sammy Njoroge
This Week at Angama #241 16 September 2022 The Nyati Six have moved in on the Egyptian Pride — a bad sign for their cubs — and just when you think you've seen it all, we caught a giraffe snacking on bones By Sammy Njoroge
This Week at Angama #238 26 August 2022 There can be no doubt to the stars of this week at Angama: a charming newborn giraffe and its long-suffering mother By Robert Sayialel
This Week at Angama #237 19 August 2022 The rain this week has us all jumping — some for joy and some to keep from getting our toes wet By Robert Sayialel
The Mara and the Meaning of Be/Longing 12 August 2022 In a special essay for the blog, celebrated author Alexandra Fuller recalls her family connection to Kenya and fulfils her mother’s dream By Alexandra Fuller
This Week at Angama #236 12 August 2022 Warthog eating wildebeest and the possible return of Shujaa — Charlotte and the team capture an intriguing week in the Mara By Charlotte Ross Stewart
This Week at Angama #235 5 August 2022 Everyone is eating well lately, as Sammy notes, with lots of wildebeest on the menu. Not to mention another leopard with an unusual kill in a tree By Sammy Njoroge
This Week at Angama #234 29 July 2022 The lion drama has reached a boiling point with the recent death of Slit Lip — but the sighting of four other youngsters brings new hope By Robert Sayialel
This Week at Angama #232 15 July 2022 Robert bears witness to some of the first crossings of the year, including a remarkable act of defiance in the face of death By Robert Sayialel
This Week at Angama #231 8 July 2022 The Bila Shaka boys and the Inselberg males are on the prowl, Sammy writes, setting us up for some potential showdowns By Sammy Njoroge
This Week at Angama #229 24 June 2022 This week Robert caught up with some old friends — and has some good news to deliver for our cat followers By Robert Sayialel
This Week at Angama #228 17 June 2022 In his last instalment for the blog, Adam reflects on the past 4 and a half years at Angama — and provides us with one final lion update By Adam Bannister
The Sacred Hills 17 June 2022 After sharing her dreams and visions with Alison, Mama Jane revealed some of the spiritual significance the hills around Angama have for the Maasai By Alison Mitchell
This Week at Angama #227 10 June 2022 Conquering prides and taking new land has become the norm for the lions of the Mara. Fortunately, we were able to witness some of the drama unfold By Sammy Njoroge
A Map That Straddled Opposite Ends of the World 10 June 2022 When the pandemic threw every best-laid plan under the bus, a sculptor in New Zealand and a creator in Nairobi, co-produced a massive steel masterpiece that today graces Angama Mara’s handsome Map Room. This is a tale of African resourcefulness By Nicky Fitzgerald
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