Hello from Manaus, where I have just gotten off the boat after two ridiculously successful weeks on rivers around the Amazon with Fiona Reid. A trip report will take a bit of time but we ended up with about 80 different species (quite remarkable for the Amazon) including 21 primates, and some wonderful bats and rodents including a large Proechimys rat that seems new to science. After the boat Jose Gabriel and I found an additional 10 species in three days around Manaus. And now I am all mammaled out.
A big thanks for Tomer for looking after the site while I was away and my apologies to those who have sent me reports direct over the past couple of weeks. I will upload them all in the next week.
Here is the first, a report from Richard Webb who had a very successful trip to Sabah.
Sabah, 2017: Richard Webb, 12 days & 37 species including Clouded Leopard, Sunda Stink Badger and – I am particularly jealous of this one – a Banded Linsang.