New Report: Garamba National Park, DRC
Here’s an interesting report. Mathias D’haen recently moved to work in Garamba NP in the DRC and got in touch a few months ago for advice on some mongooses he had seen.
Catalunya (Spain) / Catalogne (France)
Here’s a post from someone that the forum shows as coming from me … it wasn’t me though and I don’t know who wrote it. But thanks whoever you are (I wish
Request for clouded leopard photos from Deramakot / Tangkulap
My name is Azlan and currently I am doing Phd at the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research Berlin. My colleague and I have been doing camera trapping survey in Deramakot
Viewing narwhals and bowhead whales at pocket change cost: buddy needed :-)
Would anyone be interested in joining me on this tour, starting from Ottawa on July 29? It is by far the cheapest option for seeing Baffin Island I’ve ever seen, and they hel
Vladimir Dinets in the news!
Vladimir Dinets in the news! http://www.popsci.com/snakes-hunt-packs
New Trip Report: Estonian Lynxes
John Wright visited Estonia in March to try to see a twitchable Lynx. He saw the Lynx but didn’t see it well enough …. Read on Estonian Lynxes, 2017: John Wright, 5 day
A few tips from northern Georgia (USA): Pigeon Mountain (once a roost of millions of passenger pigeons) is a limestone hill near Lafayette with numerous caves, including the deepes
Red-crested Tree Rat
Possibly old news (the article says the sighting was in 2011!) but hopefully of interest. Sounds like an incredible experience – and what a cool looking rodent!
Bat Call ID – Daintree region, Queensland, Australia
Looking for an ID on a bat call which is commonly heard in the Daintree region (Queensland, Australia) at dusk & dawn. It seems to be a large microbat which hunts along roads a
Mammalia’s Most Wanted: The Results
Thank you very much to the 35 people who cast their votes for their top 10 most wanted mammals. Almost 150 species were mentioned in the 350 votes – interestingly this proved