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Return of the Wild Dog? 16 March 2021 With the mission to assist in the protection of wild dogs in the Maasai Mara, a two day ‘Mara Vaccination Campaign’ was organised by a group of conservationists, biologists and veterinarians and Adam had the privilege of witnessing this successful initiative 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 # 158 12 February 2021 An incredibly rare sighting this week, plus Adam shares with us the small joys that listening to the Mara can bring By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #153 8 January 2021 After all the excitement of the holidays and the grandly celebrated arrival of a new year, Tyler writes about how we humans tend to experience a bit of a come down. But not the wildlife of the Mara - why would they know the difference? By Tyler Davis
This Week At Angama #152 1 January 2021 As the Angama team greets the new year at dawn, Tyler Davis took the opportunity to explore the incredible sunrises and sunsets that the Mara delivers on a daily basis By Tyler Davis
A Year of Wildlife Highs 29 December 2020 Each year the Angama guiding team shares their most memorable wildlife sightings. While 2020 may not have delivered the usual number of guests, one thing has remained consistent in the Mara Triangle: nature continues to thrill us with her bounty By The Guides of Angama
This Week At Angama #150 18 December 2020 In a year that has been unpredictable in so many ways, this week Mwikali Ndambo recounts how the steady rhythm of the Mara has been a dependable source of joy, peace and perspective By Mwikali Ndambo
This Week At Angama #147 27 November 2020 Late afternoon rain showers have turned the Maasai Mara a deep, verdant green. With the Great Migration behind us for this year, Adam writes about the sudden calmness in the air, and the feeling that change is on the way By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #144 6 November 2020 Following Adam's longest absence from the Mara ecosystem in over a year, he has found it fascinating to be back; noticing the subtle but important changes that have taken place By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #141 16 October 2020 This week, we’re getting a guide's eye-view of the Mara as Douglas shares his experience of a land he is intimately familiar with By Douggy Onsongo
This Week At Angama #140 9 October 2020 Natural history filmmakers and photographers from across the world gathered together (virtually) to share their love for the living planet, while a group of likeminded Kenyan creators gathered in the Mara to learn from each other and the wildlife surrounding them By Mwikali Ndambo
This Week At Angama #134 28 August 2020 This week at Angama has taught me that good things come to those who wait – even those who wait impatiently. It felt like Christmas came early for me and each unique sighting was a wonderful gift By Mwikali Ndambo
This Week At Angama #130 31 July 2020 As this year’s Migration continues to progress and evolve, we’re reminded it’s important not to overlook the other players in the Mara – even the smallest ones. By Tyler Davis
This Week At Angama #127 10 July 2020 With county borders now open and international borders set to open in August, both Angama and the Mara are well-prepared and waiting to welcome guests back By Mwikali Ndambo
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