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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 #139 2 October 2020 Something a little different this week as we bring you our wildlife blog not from the Mara, but rather a little further down south, from Angama's Johannesburg office By Laura Goldsworthy
Two Weeks, Four Photographers And A Million Wildebeest 29 September 2020 As soon as local travel opened up, a team of four accomplished Kenyan photographers and filmmakers flew to Angama Mara to capture the drama of the Great Migration in near total solitude. This is their account of how they spent their days from sun up to sun down By Clement Kiragu
This Week At Angama #131 7 August 2020 This Week at Angama we bring you something different. Four world-renowned Kenyan photographers and documentary filmmakers came to stay to capture the Great Migration in their unique styles, bringing their fresh perspectives to the greatest show on Earth 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 #128 17 July 2020 This week we celebrate the return of guests to Angama Mara. We are confident that the lodge, and the animals, are ready to enthral By Adam Bannister