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Keep Calm and Come When It’s Green (& Gorgeous) 22 November 2021 Nicky Fitzgerald shares her safari-savvy thoughts on the often-tremulous question, ‘Is it ok to travel to the Mara in the rainy season?’ By Nicky Fitzgerald
What do guerezas, Egyptian tomb bats & zorillas have in common? 9 November 2021 As the clock struck midnight, Stratton Hatfield and Zarek Cockar set off on a mission to break the world record for the most mammals seen in a single day. The territory to be covered was across the Mara-Loita-Nguruman landscape of Southern Kenya, covering roughly 100 nautical miles By Stratton Hatfield
The Silent Heroes of the Mara – The Mara Elephant Project 30 July 2021 Adam visits the MEP headquarters to learn about the incredible work that they do in the Mara By Adam Bannister
Long Live the King 29 June 2021 At 1pm local time on 11 June, Scarface took his last breath. He died of natural causes in peace without any disturbance from vehicles or hyenas. The Mara has lost a king, but may his legend live on forever By Nicky Fitzgerald
The Place We Call Home 22 June 2021 On the 12 June, the Mara conservancy proudly celebrated their 20th anniversary. Custodians of the beautiful Mara Triangle, the Angama family is proud to support the Mara Conservancy in every way we can By Nicky Fitzgerald
Field Notes from a First Time Visitor 12 April 2021 Liz and Jacob Morris, friends of Shannon and Tyler’s, recently visited Angama and the Mara. As it's easy to forget, Liz reminds us what it feels like to experience it all for the first time By Liz Morris
The Gift of Time 28 March 2021 Anna Leidenkrantz shares her beautiful full day Valentines safari with us, as her and Tony take the time to be together and explore the Mara... By Anna Leidenkrantz
Modern Warriors 22 March 2021 A chance invitation to a rare occasion. Granted special permission, Adam Bannister documents an ancient Maasai rite of passage in the context of modern life By Adam Bannister
Return of the Wild Dog? 16 March 2021 With the mission to assist in the protection of wild dogs in the Maasai Mara, a two day ‘Mara Vaccination Campaign’ was organised by a group of conservationists, biologists and veterinarians and Adam had the privilege of witnessing this successful initiative By Adam Bannister
Collaring Mama Kali 23 February 2021 One of the biggest hurdles animals face in the Greater Mara Ecosystem is human-wildlife conflict. Tyler Davis let us know how a new lion-collaring project is helping to address the issue at its root By Tyler Davis
A Runner’s High 16 February 2021 Shannon finds community and a new sense of accomplishment after running the UltraMARAthon - a 50km race through the Mara’s Conservancies By Shannon Davis
Shootingin a Sea of Grass 2 February 2021 While the tall summer grasses can be a foe for photographers, consider making them your friend, writes Angama's in-house photographer, Adam Bannister. By Adam Bannister
Live-streaming The Spirit of The Mara 8 December 2020 For the first time, the Awards Ceremony of the Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer of the Year took place online, streaming the event to Mara aficionados across the world. By Mwikali Ndambo
The Migrant Birder Returns 1 December 2020 While the Great Migration may be East Africa’s better-known natural phenomenon, for Adam Scott Kennedy, the migratory habits of East Africa’s birds are far more awe-inspiring By Adam Scott Kennedy
Homegrown Narratives In The Savannah 13 October 2020 For filmmaker Faith Musembi, the Maasai Mara represents home in a profound way. Even though she has no immediate tribal or traditional ties to the area, it is where she found a sense of direction and belonging as a filmmaker By Faith Musembi
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