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  • Bush Telegraph Sep 2012

    KICHECHE FANS IN THE PINK Our conservancies have been inundated by the migrating masses. Click here to view the spectacular wildlife viewing…

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  • Six Appeal

    Dear Kicheche Mara, Bush & Valley Camps, Last week’s Spotted edition interested me no end. Certainly a cheetah with anycubs…

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  • Cubriolet

    Two years ago a slender cheetah slipped across from the Serengeti and entered Kenya. No passport, no visa, no spot…

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  • Feeling green

    A powerful precipitation percussion drummed the Mara last week. Trickles are now torrents, gullies gorges and culverts and creeks are…

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  • Lion, cheetah and serval families in the Masai Mara 7 Sep 12

     picture gallery ( click here) features not one, not two, but three sets of cubs. Caught on camera by Kicheche…

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  • Come out in spots….

     I am indebted to Mrs Pamela Newman from Vancouver for contacting us: ‘Loving the current weekly email torture but I’m…

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  • YAO MING – ‘ONLY ELEPHANTS SHOULD WEAR IVORY’

      On August 10th, Yao Ming, China’s favourite son and WildAid ambassador, touched ground in Kenya for his…

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  • The South Bank Show

    OUT The Talek river is not the Rubicon, but has cachet all the same. Whilst legions of wildebeest march over…

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  • Game for an eco safari?….26 August ’12

    On a private Kenyan game reserve, the locals and the wildlife have formed a mutually rewarding relationship…. Two hours after…

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  • Wildebeest migration – where to watch it

    The Serengeti is inhabited by over 70 larger mammals and about 500 different birds. The annual migration kills off around…

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  • Horn of Plenty

      Southern African tribes call it ‘the time of the horns’ – the moment well before sunrise when a herd…

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  • Leopard look out!

    Joseph scratched his nose reflectively ‘clearly this is not a lion kill’ he remarked. Understandable, as the Reserve oxbows are…

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