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New Trip Report: Ethiopian Highlands 2018

Report on a week-long trip to Ethiopia. Highlights were Gelada and Hamadryas Baboons, Ethiopian Wolf, Serval, Bale Monkey and Giant Mole Rat. Trip report with photos here http://hughlansdown.com/html/home/048-ethiopian-highlands-wildlife.html I saw lots of Ethiopian Wolves during the trip, but one looked different from the others so I’ve included a couple...

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Sierra Leone Trip Report (2016)

I finally completed my long-overdue report from my trip to Sierra Leone in December 2016: http://www.tremarctos.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/SierraLeone_reduced.pdf. This follows up on my preliminary report here: http://www.mammalwatching.com/2017/01/02/sierra-leone-preliminary-report/. Let me know if you have any questions! I am also working on a report for two trips to Shiripuno Lodge in the Ecuadorian Amazon, but...

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Book and App Review: Stuarts’ Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Africa

Book and App Review: Stuarts' Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Africa

The 2017 edition of Chris and Mathilde Stuart’s Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Africa, and the associated app, is another top contribution to any mammalwatcher’s library from the Stuarts. If you are heading to the southern African region then you should go for their Complete Guide to...

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Books & App Review: Stuarts’ Field Guide to the Mammals of Southern African

Books & App Review: Stuarts' Field Guide to the Mammals of Southern African

Back in 1991, Chris and Tilde Stuart’s Field Guide to the Mammals of Southern Africa was the first field guide I ever brought. So it feels like an induction into the Mammalwatching Hall of Fame to be asked by them to review the latest edition. I have several guides...

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New (mini) Trip Report: Ishigaki and Iriomote Islands, Japan

Here’s a brief report from Vladimir Dinets. Jon ———————————————- Just got back from Ishigaki and Iriomote (two of the southernmost islands of Japan); spent a night on each. On Iriomote it was raining all the time. Ishigaki: Ishigaki Cave (24.363074N 124.154283E http://www.ishigaki-cave.com/en/ open 9-18 had a few horseshoe bats...

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