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  • 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

  • Arizona

    I first visited Arizona for a few days in 1989, the highlight of which was a trek to the bottom of the Grand Canyon for an overnight stay and a battle with a Ringtail that was determined to separate me from my breakfast. I returned for a few days in September 1998, twice in 2010 , and again in 2012 and 2013 .

  • Armenia

    I spent a day driving through Armenia in 2017. I didn't look for, nor see, any mammals. But it is a beautiful country and somewhere I want to return to.

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