Some impressive diversity in the Madre de Dios in Peru .. check out the section from 2:58… which just...
We are two naturalist looking for one more to join us. We will concentrate in mammals, mainly cats and...
I was in Panama a week ago, following in Cheryl Antonucci’s footsteps. Fourteen species, half of which were new for me,...
Curtis Hart has joined the ranks of those who have seen some great mammals in Nicaragua (and those who...
Another report from Samuel Marlin with some great photos again Antarctica, 2017: Samuel Marlin, 2 weeks & 12 species...
Two new shortish trip reports on Quebec and Brazil are on mammalwatching.com Quebec, 2013: Steve Babbs, and some notes...
Some interesting research on Patagonian felids http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/03/110316142626.htm Jon
Here’s a first report from Keith Millar. Chile and a bit of Argentina, 2018: Keith Millar, 19 days &...
Thanks. Great report! I had thought that Grisons were diurnal however it seems that researchers disagree on that … but the fact you saw the animal at night probably adds weight towards the skunk ID in my opinion Jon
Thank you for your comment. Manuel is very happy that he was probably right 🙂
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Genetically Welsh, spiritually Australian, currently in New York City. I've also lived and worked in London, Canberra, Paris and Lusaka, and visited over 100 countries.
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