Jason Woolgar has just had a note published in Small Carnivore Conservation on his encounter with the mega-rare – or at least mega rarely recorded – Poursargues’s Mongoose in Uganda.
I’ve long had a hunch (I won’t justify it as a theory) that its possible to see just about every mammal species somewhere with relative ease. But for many species we don’t know where that “somewhere” is ….yet. Jason’s note is a little more evidence in that direction. Indeed, our growing mammal watching community is helping to fill in a lot of the gaps.
Has anyone else out there been to Semliki? I wonder if the Mongooses are common there, or was Jason simply in the right place at the right time?