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I bet you all thought I would start with elephants!! Hehe!! Nope, I've decided to go for Leopards instead. We nearly saw a leopard on our first day ... i say nearly ... I counted 20 cars so I asked our driver to leave. It was just wrong!! Second time w
With a few of us going to the Mara in September I thought it would be good to do a kinda family tree with who we could expect/are likely to/might see when we go over there Actually doing this brings a wee bit of sadness for me as it’s now you realise
About Mara Naboisho Conservancy Wildlife and pastoral peoples have lived side-by-side in the Mara ecosystem of south-western Kenya for at least 2000 years. Recent changes in human population and land privatization are jeopardizing this co-existence.
For a change I thought I would post photos of some of the wonderful and colourful birds I came across during my trip to the Mara in June. Lilac-breasted roller, the photo that everybody takes when they visit Africa!! Wattled
Is this somewhere else on the forum 'cause I can't seem to see it if it is !!! Apologies if it's duplicated If not, click on the following link and select July for latest report. Not very nice reading re an incident at one of the
Our Friend Aatish Patel is back in the Masai Mara for the Migration he arrived last friday, and has been updating, and also has some wonderful Photos The Link is http://aatishpatelsafari.blogspot.co.uk/
Mara Triangle - cared for by the Mara Conservancy In the year 2000 some of the local leaders became concerned about levels of mismanagement in the Mara Triangle. As a result the Mara Conservancy, a not-for-profit management company, was established to