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Mara Bush Camp

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Migration News

Mara map 10 09 2014

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Handmade Jewelry from the Masai Mara

The "Eclastic" Jewelry arrived now at Mara Bush Camp

Schmuck aus der Masai Mara

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New residents at Mara Bush Camp

New residents at Mara Bush Camp. A dwarf Mangoose family found a new home.

Mangusten im Mara Bush Camp

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Shoulder Season Update

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Dear Esteemed Clients & Friends of Kenya

The newly introduced "Shoulder Season" at Mara Bush Camp runs in February & March and this year's season was nothing short of spectacular right from the very start. From photographers to tourists alike, all our clients came as guests, and left as friends. The weather was absolutely fantastic for most of the season and game sightings could not have been better. The season started off with a giraffe birth just 50 metres outside the camp and that very afternoon, the birth of a hippo in the camp compound by tent 5. There were many cheetahs spotted in the area, including an appearance by Mama Afrika and her fast growing 6 cubs; all very healthy. One of the 3 cheetah brothers was spotted mating with another female from the area and for a few days, the 3 brothers, female cheetah and her grown cub were seen hanging out together. Olive the leopard and her now only surviving cub were also spotted with a massive impala kill. In addition, there were bat eared foxes with little ones, large packs of hyena, thousands of antelope, wildebeest & buffalo, giraffe, and even zebra crossings on the Mara River. Prides of lions were spotted everywhere and sadly, 2 of the manged cubs that we were trying to get treated were killed by a male lion from another pride. I am happy to report that the one cub that we did manage to get treated made it and escaped death!!!

We enjoyed many dinners under the stars and campfire nights where stories were swapped and the days experiences shared. Peter, the barman, excelled yet again with his delightful cocktails and infectious laugh and I am sure many a client misses him.

All in all, the season was a hit and for those of you who enjoyed the Mara Bush Camp experience, please do post your comments and share your pictures on facebook so that those who were not with us can see what a wonderful time we all had.

Alyia