Georgia and Armenia: a few mammals while birding

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    tomeslice 1 week ago

    How awesome!
    I will incidentally be in Stepantsminda/Kazbegi in just a few weeks for 1-2 nights.
    I checked the IUCN distribution map for Eurasian Lynx, but it doesn’t show them as present in this area, so this is completely useful information for me! I will try to do a little spotlighting if my gf will let me 🙂

    Cheers, and thank you for sharing!
    Tomer

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    jasonwoolgar 1 week ago

    If you find one in a single night Tomer I am going to have to kill you….I will officially be the only person left in the universe who has not seen a Eurasian lynx.

    I need to start joining birding groups that keep accidently bumping into them……on second thoughts!

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      Jon Hall 21 mins ago

      Correction: the only person left in the universe other than me 🙁

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    tomeslice 1 week ago

    Ha. It’s just a matter of luck 🙂

    But if you really want to see one, then I imagine Estonia should be on your list.

    Cheers,
    Tomer

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    jasonwoolgar 1 week ago

    Thanks Tomer, but I have been to Estonia on several occasions, as well as almost every other lynx territory in Europe and beyond.

    It definitely is just a question of luck and I have been unlucky now for more than 25 years!

    Good luck to you in any case and let me know how you get on.

    Cheers

    Jason

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