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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
This Week At Angama #65 3 May 2019 The early hours of the morning see a blanket of gold cast over the grasslands. Elephants dotted throughout the landscape create a real sense of tranquility. [f 5.0, 1/640, ISO 1000] After weeks of no, or very little rain, the heavens at last decided to treat the grasslands of the Maasai Mara with much needed... By Adam Bannister
This Week at Angama #51 25 January 2019 This week we caught up with the legendary Scarface. Although limping from old wounds, he remains strong. Recently, rumours were circulating of his death, but we’re glad to report that he is still standing tall. This week also brought the discovery of new lion cubs, giraffe calves and many interesting scenarios. There’s never a dull... By Jeffrey Thige
This Week At Angama #48 3 January 2019 As the host of the Angama Photographic Studio I am often asked by guests for advice on how they can improve their wildlife photography. I could dive into advanced techniques and theories, but I find that often the most radical improvement is brought about by one of the simplest suggestions: get down low! When on... By Adam Bannister