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This Week At Angama #129 23 July 2020 Words simply cannot do justice when it comes to explaining the emotions attached to the arrival of the giant migratory herds into the Maasai Mara. This epic journey takes hundreds of thousands of wildebeest across the Serengeti ecosystem, culminating in extraordinary river crossings. This natural phenomenon is considered by many to be the pinnacle of... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #124 18 June 2020 When out on safari, I usually have at least one particular animal that I’m hoping to see. There’s never really any specific reason behind this – it could be an animal I’ve never seen before or one that I haven’t seen in a while, or even an animal that I’m taken with at that particular... By Mwikali Ndambo
This Week At Angama #123 12 June 2020 Before leaving the Mara, the rain had left its mark across the Reserve, making game drives near impossible – at least not without risk of getting stuck in a muddy hole. Happily, the rains seem to be moving on and it has been fantastic to enjoy sunnier days out in the park. [f 11, 1/500,... By Mwikali Ndambo
Going Once, Going Twice! 9 June 2020 To date, the Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer of the Year competition has seen thousands of entries from professional and amateur photographers alike, and it has been immensely rewarding enjoying these entries from photographers from all walks of life, who have managed to capture almost every wildlife scene imaginable.   Last year we hosted a series... By Steve Mitchell
This Week At Angama #120 22 May 2020 The words made famous by Forrest Gump relating life to a box of chocolates, could easily be applied to the wildlife out here in the Maasai Mara. You honestly never know what each game drive will deliver. What we do know, is that you have to be out there in order to see it, and... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #119 15 May 2020 Glorious sunrises, golden sunsets, dramatic thunderstorms, endless grasslands and sweeping horizons – the Maasai Mara is medicine for the soul. This week, we have seen a little bit of everything in terms of the weather. Bursts of torrential rainfall, blistering heat, mysterious fog, billowing gusts of wind, and silent stillness. For me though, this week... By Adam Bannister