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Malaika is probably the best known cheetah in the Mara Park. She is able to raise cubs to maturity, which incidentally only about 10% of cheetah mums are able to
Karembo, the Maasai Mara cheetah has made her cubs travel about five kilometres each day. Yesterday, we spent whole morning looking for her where she crossed the Talek River only
When we sit round the fire in the evening, after a busy day game viewing we enjoy samosas with our drinks. The day you leave I hear you all ask
Great success!!! Nine kids have been sponsored, that’s nearly 50% of the class. I really appreciate your generosity as it makes all our efforts very worthwhile but more importantly you are
Great news our last cry for sponsorship has resulted in three people: Hywel and Genet Bevan, and Lynda Pasini coming forward to sponsor Michelle, Epian and Risalo. Now we are looking for
Two Freeman Safari vehicles were fortunate enough to witness an extraordinary event. On East bank of the Mara River, were two lionesses with a young cub. On the opposite side
On the 23rd Oct 2016 I travelled to Samburu, Archers post to the school, as the class leaving this year was the original lower class when Brian opened the school.
When Andy Hayes arrived back into the Mara from his Best of Kenya tour with us, he was asked if he had had a good trip and after a reflective
I want to share this story with you as it highlights the courage and the dedication that Vomilla and his family have. Vomilla was one of our original intake at
We got up early to find a subject to photograph at sunrise. A small herd of Buffalo came into view on the horizon and were ideal for this spectacular sunrise.
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