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    California has very varied habitat (from desert to tundra) with a corresponding diversity of species, coupled with incredible scenery and some of the most productive cetacean viewing in the world, which make it a top mammal watching destination. I first visited in 1998 for ten days and barely scratched the surface. I have returned many times since then.

  • Afrotropical

    The Afrotropical (African) Ecozone Africa. Home to Bushbabies and Bushmen, River River Hogs and Red Rock Rabbits, and some truly nasty diseases The Afrotropical (African) Ecozone here covers Africa south of the Sahara,  Madagascar and some small islands in the Indian Ocean, along with southern Saudi Arabia, Oman, the UAE and read more

  • Alabama

    I spent a couple of night in Alabama in June 2018. The swampy hardwood forest around Demopolis is some of the last of Alabama's "Black Belt" forest, a particularly rich ecosystem that has been hit hard. In two hours I saw two or three Eastern Woodrats.

  • Alaska

    In May 2006 I spent just 24 hours in Alaska and travelled on the ferry from Haines to Skagway during a trip around the Canadian Yukon. I saw a few Harbour Seals, but not the suposedly common Dall’s Porpoise nor the Mountain Goats that are often seen as the ship comes in to Skagway. I returned read more

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