Deramakot Delivers Again…

For anyone who has been contemplating visiting Deramakot following Jason & James Woolgar’s and Jon, Jean-Michel and I’s reports… here is something interesting 🙂 These are just two pictures Tom from Adventure Alternative Borneo took yesterday, and sent us, to drool over in jealousy ..

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  1. Tom Hewitt 2 years ago

    Credit where credit is due, Michael was actually the b’stard who took the pics, rumour is that a bay cat was also seen the next night…

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    tomeslice 2 years ago

    Before you post pictures of the Bay Cat and the marbled cat seen on 2 consecutive nights from Michael, be warned that you might have an unbearable inflation of requests to visit Deramakot by mammal watchers and all other kinds of naturalists and wildlife enthusiasts throughout the world ;-P

  3. Tom Hewitt 2 years ago

    Another clouded leopard this week (yawn yawn), also masked palm civit, and otter civit

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    tomeslice 2 years ago

    NICE!
    And otter civet?! Any pictures? Jon would drool over that one (as would I, though we did see one briefly at Way Kambas)

  5. Tom Hewitt 2 years ago

    Awaiting pics, meanwhile c.l video is now up:
    https://www.facebook.com/AdventureAlternativeBorneo?ref=hl

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    jasonwoolgar 2 years ago

    I said last year that Deramakot would become one of the top wildlife destinations in Sabah and I cannot wait to go back….

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    tomeslice 2 years ago

    Yep! A truly amazing place.

  8. Tom Hewitt 2 years ago

    We got a tufted ground squirrel last week, not very grounded as well, down the road in Imbak

  9. Tom Hewitt 1 year ago

    Strong reports coming in that not one but two clouded leopards were seen last night in Deramakot, we wait with increasing levels of excitement for the video to be uploaded!!!

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    tomeslice 1 year ago

    Nice! Two leopards in a single sighting? Or even more crazy – TWO separate sightings???

  11. tom hewitt 1 year ago

    You want to upload the latest CL and other marvels?

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      tomeslice 1 year ago

      Tom, your most recent trip report deserves a new post on the blog. Post it as a new thread!! It’s a killer!

  12. Tom Hewitt 1 year ago

    Not one but two clouded leopards seen last night!

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