Join A Trip

Thinking of your next trip?  Here are some mammal-focussed trips that are looking for people to join them.  If you are planning a trip and looking for company, or looking to team up with others somewhere, then please post on the forum or get in touch.

If you are running a commercial mammalwatching tour  then please email me for rates and options.

The following trips are looking for people to join.

Ethiopia, March/Apr 2018

Organiser – Paul Carter – pc66xx@gmail.com

I am going to Ethiopia for 2 weeks; renting a 4WD with driver/guide; planning to camp every night to facilitate spotlighting/scoping but might use the odd hotel/lodge. Route will include Bale Mts – Harena – Yabello – Lake Awassa – Senkele – Wondo Genet – Awash – Aledeghi.

Space for 1 person

Level of difficulty: moderate

Borneo (Sabah), 13 – 18 April 2018

Organiser – Nick Cox

Have 3 spaces available for 5 night trip to Deramacot, Borneo 13-18 April. Target species: clouded leopard, leopard cat, marbled cat and much more!

Looking for 3 people

Level of difficulty: moderate

Borneo (Sabah), April/May 2018

Organiser – Alan Dahl

This will be an “Everything and Anything” trip.  Meaning, we don’t plan on just focusing on birds, or mammals, or herps.  We hope to see lots of all 3 actually.

Looking for 2/3 people to join

Level of difficulty: moderate.

St Matthew’s Island (Alaska), June 2018

Organiser – Vladimir Dinets

Probably not very many mammals on what is primarily a birding trip, but they ought to include the endemic Insular Vole.

Level of difficulty: easy

Siberia (Yakutia), June/Jul 2018

Organiser – Vladimir Dinets

In late June-early July 2018 I’ll be guiding a 2-week trip to Yakutia. The main goal will be to put GPS trackers on nesting Ross’s gulls; we’ll also see Siberian cranes, black capercaillies, Siberian grouse and other cool birds. As for mammals, the two locations we’ll be visiting (one in the tundra, one in boreal forest) are very remote and should have lots of stuff, but nobody knows what exactly. There might also be a side trip to Pleistocene Park.

Level of difficulty: moderate/hard.

Boliva & Paraguay, July 2018

Organiser –  Natalia Rodríguez and Mayte Samblas

We are two naturalist looking for one more to join us. We will concentrate in mammals, mainly cats and armadillos but any other thing is welcome. The date is late june and july ( 28th or 29th june until 1st august).

Level of difficulty: moderate/hard

Sri Lanka, July 2018

Organiser – Andreas Jonsson

Primarily for the 3 smaller cats, Jungle cat, Rusty spotted cat and Fishing cat. Birdandwildlifeteam, which have been used diligently with good results amongst people here have put together an itinerary to match my request. As the cats are the most important, the tour will probably be flexible with more nights in Sigiriya if we failed to see them. Also other cool creatures will be searched for.

Level of difficulty: Easy

Borneo Cat Quest, September – December 2019

Organiser – Lennart Verheuvel

Looking for people to join for parts of a long trip through Borneo focussing on Clouded Leopard, Flat-headed Cat and Bay Cat.

Level of difficulty: moderate.

 

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