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This Week at Angama #203 24 December 2021 An exciting new face and a tragic loss punctuate the week that was. Adam chronicles the latest in the Mara's circle of life By Adam Bannister
This Week at Angama #202 17 December 2021 The Sausage Tree Males have also perfected their big game hunting skills. But between feasting and chasing off would-be thieves, Eric also captured some special brotherly bonding By Eric Averdung
This Week at Angama #201 10 December 2021 From dark-maned lions, to ‘dewlapped’ leopards, and a few one-eyed creatures for good measure, this week Eric enjoyed the distinctive characters of the Mara Triangle, all set against the most spectacular of skies By Eric Averdung
What do guerezas, Egyptian tomb bats & zorillas have in common? 9 November 2021 As the clock struck midnight, Stratton Hatfield and Zarek Cockar set off on a mission to break the world record for the most mammals seen in a single day. The territory to be covered was across the Mara-Loita-Nguruman landscape of Southern Kenya, covering roughly 100 nautical miles By Stratton Hatfield
This Week at Angama #196 5 November 2021 This week, Eric was able to slow down and appreciate the little things – in the form of bumbling baby elephants and the admirable courage of a motherly lapwing By Eric Averdung
This Week at Angama #193 15 October 2021 Even those that have spent months in the Mara can be surprised by a new perspective — which is exactly what happened to Eric this week as he took to the skies for the first time By Eric Averdung
This Week at Angama #187 3 September 2021 By chance, we discovered the most wonderful of surprises this week. A sighting even more precious and memorable than a mighty river crossing By Adam Bannister
The Silent Heroes of the Mara – The Mara Elephant Project 30 July 2021 Celebrating one of the incredible conservation organisations in the Maasai Mara, Adam Bannister visited the Mara Elephant Project head quarters and here tells about some of the incredible work that they do By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #171 14 May 2021 Once again, Adam is reminded that even when sticking to the main roads within the Mara, and going out without a big fancy lens, you can still have some wonderful sightings and capture some magnificent scenes By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #170 7 May 2021 Sometimes while out on safari, having a good sense of humour and adventure can be just as critical as having a camera. As Adam discovered, things have a habit of not going according to plan 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 #167 16 April 2021 In a very eventful week in the Mara, Douggy finds several kills, an elusive cub, and a lion up to an unusual trick – to name a few of his favourite sightings By Douggy Onsongo
This Week At Angama #164 25 March 2021 That momentary feeling of losing control, and the realisation that out here you are not the top of the food chain. Adam explores the ‘Safari Bug’ and why it is that people keep coming back for more 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 #161 5 March 2021 There is something sweet and rewarding about using photography as a tool to help tell a story that can raise awareness and bring about change. Adam discusses his drive and why he keeps pressing the shutter By Adam Bannister
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