I hope 2020 is finishing well and that despite everything there have been some silver linings to the past 9 months. I’ve discovered that I love dogs and that gopher watching is even more fun than being able to press the “mute speaker” button during meetings.
I sincerely hope 2021 is a better year for all of us and our mammalwatching. In particular I hope things improve quickly for all those around the world who rely on ecotourism for their livelihoods, and for all the wildlife that also relies, indirectly, on it.
Here’s the second – of four – new reports from Sjef Ollers. This is from a productive spring weekend in the Netherlands – another upside of the year I guess are all those who have been (re)discovering the mammals in their area.
Drenthe and Overijsel, 2020: Sjef Ollers, a weekend & 13 species including Polecat and Beech & Pine Martens.
Happy New Year