Madagascar Mora Mora

Hi Folks,

Jon has kindly set me up with an account. So hopefully this will be the first of many posts. So a little about me. My name is Jo and I’ve been a regular contributor on Safaritalk and bird forum amongst other places.

I have been lucky enough to travel a fair bit in recent years. I have a general interest in all wildlife, but particularly mammals and birds. I thought as a start I would provide the link to my most recent trip report which I am in the process of writing up “Madagascar Mora Mora“. I think you will like it, there are lots of mammals, plus a good representation of the birds and herps too. Stay tuned for further updates over the coming days..

All the best



  1. Jon Hall 10 years ago

    Hi Jo, great you can start posting here. Look forward to hearing about your trips. I already linked your Yellowstone report to the site – you saw heaps in just 6 days.

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    kittykat23uk 10 years ago

    Thanks Jon, glad to be here. Yellowstone truly exceeded my expectations for animal sightings and interactions. In particular I will not easily forget the black bear catching and eating a squealing baby elk right in front of a crowd of onlookers, nor the scope views of the Lamar pack digging up a den of coyote pups! Just amazing! Such a cheap place to visit comparatively speaking too.. Sadly the Yellowstone wolves have come under fire now that they have been de-listed. The first wolf I saw has since been shot illegally outside the park and three more from the Lamar pack, including another of the ones I watched, were recently killed (legally this time I believe) by hunters when they left the park boundaries. 🙁

    But back to Madagascar, I have updated with Day 5- “I don’t do mountains!”

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