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Borneo’s Rare Mammals Tour – Royle Safaris Trip Report August 2018

Borneo’s Rare Mammals – Royle Safaris Trip Report In August 2018 Royle Safaris ran a very specialist mammal watching tour of Sabah, Borneo.We were focused on some of the harder to see species and some of the extremely hard to see species. With the help of our excellent local...

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Borneo’s Rare Mammals Tour – September 2019

Borneo’s Rare Mammals Tour – 2019 Tawau Hills Wildlife Extension – 2019 Royle Safaris has a specialist mammal watching tour of Sabah planned for September 2019 (8-22) there are currently two people booked on the trip, with room for up to 5 more people. The trip visits three of...

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Now Booking: Amazon Expedition, October 2019, with the Amazon River Dolphin Conservation Foundation

Here’s a chance to cruise the Amazon in search of wildlife next October with Suzanne Smith, Founder/Executive Director of Amazon River Dolphin Conservation Foundation. Message from Suzanne Smith AMAZON EXPEDITION                      October 12-22, 2019                                                            $1875.00 USD* $600 non-refundable...

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Western Ghats Spring 2018

This is a report based on a guided mammal/birdwatching oriented trip to various locations in the Western Ghats of south India this spring Dates: 25th March to 7th April 2018 (guided portion from 29th March onwards) Tour Locations: Kabini, Bandipur, Sethumadai/Top Slip, Parambikulam, Valparai, Chinnar, Munnar, Thattekad. Map of tour locations The...

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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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