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Request for companions Kimberley SA, 9-12 December 2018

Dear all, From 4-8 December 2018 I will attend the African Eurasian Waterbird Agreement Meeting in Durban, South Africa. Afterwards, I am eager to visit Marrick, Kimberley (http://www.marricksafari.com/) for three days to see the mouth watering species it is famous for: Aardvark, Aardwolf, Black-footed Cat, but also Smith’s Rock Hare,...

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Siberian Tiger & Amur Leopard Tour Available for 2019

Royle Safaris are pioneers in mammal watching trips dedicated to the wonderful big cats of the Russian Far East. We have a range of Siberian Tiger & Amur Leopard tours. There is some availability on our November 2018 Siberian Tiger Winter Tour and our February & March 2019 departures...

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Ecuador & Galapagos Islands Wildlife Holiday Trip Report from Royle Safaris

In June/July Royle Safaris ran a very generalist wildlife watching tour to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands. The 3 week trip incorporated the Andes, Amazon and Galapagos. It was very generalist and a private tour and so we didnt focus hard for mammals and therefore missed some species that...

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Report of Baird’s Beaked Whale and Guadalupe Fur Seal from Southern California

This is a second-hand report of two good species from Southern California, but neither can be chased (unless you have a private yacht). Just as well — Jon Hall is out of leave time anyway. For next year, though, there is apparently a five-day pelagic trip from San Diego...

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