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This Week At Angama #151

Merry Christmas from the Angama Team. Considering this week’s TWAA falls on Christmas Day, Tyler Davis got behind the lens and thought he’d have a little fun with it
A spectacular golden sunrise in the Mara Triangle

Enjoy this selection of images taken this week in the Mara Triangle. Be sure to sing along to the tune of “The Twelve Days of Christmas”…

On the twelfth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me . . . twelve warriors jumping . . .

Eleven Long-toed Lapwings . . .

Ten stubborn hippos . . .

Nine elephants a-walking . . .

Eight socially-awkward giraffe . . .

Seven White-faced Whistling Ducks . . .

Six uncooperative impala . . .

FIVE CRAZY OSTRICHES!

A four-legged snack . . .

Three buffalo (with friends) . . .

Two amorous lions . . .

And a Martial Eagle in a Shepherd Tree!

This Week A Year Ago

This Week a Year Ago offered a remarkable sighting of a lion and a crocodile in a tug-of-war over a zebra carcass.

This Week Two Years Ago

This Week Two Years Ago was dedicated exclusively to lions, including an appearance by the world-famous Scarface.

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About: Tyler Davis

As on-property regional director, guide and birding fundi, Tyler is one half of the regional director couple that leads the team at Angama Mara. Being the birding extraordinaire that he is, he has been known to let his attention wander during meetings. The trick to keep him focused is to place him with no direct view of anything feathered. Tyler ensures that we are a grounded and well-rounded team. He also sometimes forgets to take his binoculars off at dinnertime.

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