Chipmunk ID – any ideas?
Matt Miller and I were on the north rim of the Grand Canyon last week and I took a few photos of what I assumed was a Uinta chipmunk near the camp site. I didn’t realise at t
Calvin Klein and Large Latin Mammals
Thank you to Jean-Michel Bompar for sharing this…
There was an old woman who swallowed a fly….
This is a really nice example of how when one thing disturbs an ecosystem, all sorts of flow on effects can follow .. Trojan Horse attack on native lupine: Tiny mice advance under
New Trip Report – Borneo and Singapore
A third excellent report from Sjef Ollers covering Sabah and Singapore, 2007 – 3 weeks & 35 species including Clouded Leopard, Flat-headed Cat and Hose’s Langur.
New Trip Reports – Brazil and Costa Rica
Sjef Ollers sent me two great reports for Brazil and Costa Rica Costa Rica 2008: 3 weeks & 22 species including an Ocelot and a Long-tailed Weasel South East Brazil, 2010: 3 we
Notes on recent trips
I put a couple pages together on my new blog. Mostly about lifers for me/where I found mammals others might want to know about. Arizona/New Mexico is at http://wp.me/p12yCV-4 Ala
Hungary, 2010 Trip Report
In summer 2010 I was looking for somewhere in Europe to take my kids – Patrick and Katy – for a few days mammal chasing and I thought Hungary might be the go when I lea
RFI New Orleans area
Hi. I need to visit New Orleans soon for ten days and will have two or three days spare to look for mammals. Can anyone suggest locations, guides methods or local specialties to lo
New Trip Report – Paraguay
I was in Paraguay last week and had a lot of fun in the Chaco. A trip report is here: 26 living species including a couple of Mouse Opposums and the very strange Chacoan Peccary. I
Hairy nosed Otter and other small carnivores photographed in Sabah
I would love to see their video of the Otter Civet http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/08/100803072723.htm