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This Week At Angama #105 7 February 2020 The unseasonal rains have continued, with some of the wettest days of the last 12 months.  The good news is that there are dry days ahead, with hardly a trace of rain in the impending forecast. While the unusual and noteworthy wet weather has certainly proved a challenge, it doesn’t mean we aren’t still having... By Tyler Davis
This Week At Angama #104 31 January 2020 I’m still wrapping my head around the fact that this weekly blog series is in its 3rd year – the most wonderful of visual diaries and a fun way for us, living here at Angama Mara, to share our daily lives with you wherever in the world that may be. From majestic lions through to delicate flowers, we take great pride in showcasing the... By Adam Bannister
What’s In A Name? – Speke & Burton 28 January 2020 We were recently inspired to be a bit more curious about the names attributed to places and wildlife in East Africa, and more importantly the people behind those names, when Nicky’s brother, Peter, discovered a statue of Joseph Thomson in Thornhill, Scotland, accompanied by a plaque that commemorated him for his expedition through “Maasai Land”... By Tyler Davis
This Week At Angama #102 17 January 2020 Heavy rain approaches in the evening while the sun rays struggle to peek through. It’s always so serene and scenic when it rains in the park. [f 5.0 1/125, ISO 100 -1] Fang and his brother, Short Tail, in the background. With the grass growing taller by the day, these two have become more elusive... By Jeffrey Thige
This Week At Angama #101 10 January 2020 We stumbled upon this jackal lying in the middle of the road amid some elephant dung. He was using the dung to warm himself up on this chilly morning and would not budge until we were very close. We stopped to take a few pictures and most obligingly, he walked back to the dung and... By Jeffrey Thige
This Week At Angama #100 3 January 2020 It is hard to believe that ‘This Week At Angama’ started 100 weeks ago. This Friday blog was launched to celebrate, through beautiful photography, the year-round diversity of this remarkable reserve. We also hoped that by publishing a weekly review, our guests could follow in real-time what was happening to their favourite characters in the... By Adam Bannister