Is Foping open to eco-tourists?
Just out of curiosity I searched for Foping Nature Reserve on Trip Advisor and Flickr. I saw a review from April, 2014, June, 2013, and a picture of a Giant Panda from April 2012.
Sierra Nevada/Great Basin trip, June 2015
Dear All, I’ll be guiding a one-week tour to the Sierra Nevada and the Great Basin in June 2015. Please have a look at the description at http://dinets.info/CA-NV-2015.pdf.
help wanted with rabbit identification Dubois, Wyoming
Hi all Can anyone help with the identification of this cottontail? It was photographed near Dubois, Wyoming at an altitude of about 7000 feet. Regards Steve
People who have visited Spain might like to know that mongooses there have been found to be genetically distinct from African ones, with 200,000 years since divergence. Vladimir Di
Gray Fox vs a (dead) Rattlesnake
This is a fun video Camera Trap Codger: How to kill a dead snake Jon
Bering Sea islands trip, June 30-July 7
We are now finalizing the schedule of the Bering Sea Islands trip. It will include St Paul, St Matthew, and Unalaska Islands. In addition to island endemics such as Unalaska Collar
New Trip Report – Uganda
A new report from Romain Bocquier who is just back from Uganda. Uganda, 2014: 10 days & 46 species including Eastern Gorilla, Uganda Red Colobus, L’Hoest’s Monkey a
Mammals in the News
Unique Among Animals, Kangaroos Use Tail as Fifth Leg, Scientists Find. How many legs does a kangaroo have? The correct answer, according to new research, is five. See more here ht
New Trip Reports – Madagascar and France & Spain
Two new reports just uploaded to mammalwatching.com Madagascar, 2014: Dominique Brugiere, 1 month & lots of good stuff including Fossa, Fanaloka, Ring-tailed & Narrow-strip
Malaysia & Singapore trip report
Hi all I recently returned from Malaysia and Singapore – even though it wasn’t a hardcore wildlife watching trip this time, we visited a couple of great areas and ma