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Modern Warriors 22 March 2021 A chance invitation to a rare occasion. Granted special permission, Adam 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 In running the newly launched UltraMARAthon, a 50km race through the Mara’s Conservancies, Shannon Davis finds community and a new sense of accomplishment – at 1500m 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