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This Week at Angama #199 26 November 2021 Nearing 200 entries in this weekly series, The Mara continues to surprise as the mega-herds of the Great Migration have bizarrely headed back into Kenya By Adam Bannister
This Week at Angama #198 19 November 2021 Record-breaking numbers of male lions, endangered white-headed vultures and hyena feasts mark yet another brilliant week at Angama By Charlotte Ross Stewart
This Week at Angama #197 12 November 2021 Only the last herds of the Migration remain but there is heaps of other activity to follow — from Sausage Tree Pride antics to a showdown between the Mara's scavengers By Adam Bannister
This Week at Angama #196 5 November 2021 This week, Eric was able to slow down and appreciate the little things – in the form of bumbling baby elephants and the admirable courage of a motherly lapwing By Eric Averdung
This Week at Angama #195 29 October 2021 Eric knew he was in for a great safari when he came across his personal lucky charm: a serval – a sign that the drive ahead was going to be an exceptional one By Eric Averdung
This Week at Angama #194 22 October 2021 Robert crossed the Mara Bridge into the Reserve where he had some incredible cheetah encounters — from a former Tano Bora coalition member to a litter who've nearly made it to adulthood By Robert Sayialel
This Week at Angama #193 15 October 2021 Even those that have spent months in the Mara can be surprised by a new perspective — which is exactly what happened to Eric this week as he took to the skies for the first time By Eric Averdung
This Week at Angama #192 8 October 2021 The recent rains have had a huge impact on the Triangle — the Migration is back, with predators around every corner, both big and small. A welcome reminder of the wondrous unpredictability of the wild By Robert Sayialel
This Week at Angama #191 1 October 2021 After a hiatus from the bush and a much-needed break to rekindle some inspiration, this week marked Eric’s return to the Mara, which left him in awe once again By Eric Averdung
This Week at Angama #190 23 September 2021 After an unusual sighting this week, Robert took it as a sign to feature some of the Mara's most beautiful and overlooked animals – its avifauna By Robert Sayialel
This Week at Angama #189 17 September 2021 One of the joys of This Week at Angama is reviewing the stories captured in images and being able to compare them to the years before. For Adam, the rhythms of the Mara are reassuring By Adam Bannister
This Week at Angama #188 10 September 2021 This week Eric managed to fulfil not one, but two lifelong photographic ambitions, while the misty landscape took the sense of mystery to the next level By Eric Averdung
This Week at Angama #187 3 September 2021 By chance, we discovered the most wonderful of surprises this week. A sighting even more precious and memorable than a mighty river crossing By Adam Bannister
This Week at Angama #186 27 August 2021 The Great Migration is still keeping us on our toes, with what will happen next being anyone’s guess. Regardless, there was plenty to keep Eric busy this week, from a crocodile feeding frenzy to some oh-so-handsome nomadic lions By Eric Averdung
This Week at Angama #185 20 August 2021 What goes on in a gnu’s brain? This Migration Season reinforces just how much these animals live up to their collective noun – an implausibility – as they continue to behave in perplexing ways By Robert Sayialel
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