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Nature Continues To Heal 28 April 2020 The Mardi Gras (call it what you will) migration season is, you know, when the two million wildebeest, zebra, eland and Thomson’s gazelles arrive along with thousands of excited tourists and their guides. In my opinion, The Migration is nature’s greatest celebration. Yes, there are a lot of tourists and yes many of them (and... By James Hendry
A Chaotic Carnival of Wild Abundance 12 August 2019 When I last left the Mara in March, the sea of red oat grass was dotted with floating pachyderms and topi marooned on termite mounds. Invisible in the waves, lions eyed rafts of drifting buffalo. The first thunder of the long rains cracked as I flew out. On my return, a few months later, the... By James Hendry
This Week At Angama #79 9 August 2019 Dawn breaks in the Maasai Mara – the horizon sits like a table top, the sky illuminated in a Fanta-orange hue. I look for a single Balanites tree to complete the story and wait for the golden sun to rise. In that moment there is a sense of peace and tranquillity. Nature is calm. All... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #78 2 August 2019 With rains falling in the Serengeti, south of the international border, the large herds have opted to stay away from the Kenyan portion of the Mara River, instead moving rather haphazardly around the area known as the Lemai Wedge. Last week’s post was heavily river-orientated, so I too decided to stay away from the river... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #76 19 July 2019 A month ago, we witnessed a false start of the migration – thousands upon thousands of wildebeest stormed into the Mara Triangle, before turning around two days later and running back south. In their wake, they left an eerie silence and had everyone hypothesising on what had just happened. Everything about it was unpredictable and... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #75 12 July 2019 It’s official – peak season has begun and is in full swing. This is heralded by two indisputable facts: the wildebeest are in the Mara by their tens of thousands, with hundreds of thousands more on their heels, and we are running at top speed at Angama. This week’s review is a collaboration, with Jeff... By Tyler Davis