I’ve uploaded a report from my very successful 3-week visit to Kenya in July: VS-Kenya-0721
This was an amazing trip, both in terms of the number and quality of species observed. My most memorable sightings were Hirola (in Ishaqbini), Naked Mole-rat, Sokoke Dog Mongoose, Maned Rat, Caracal, Striped Hyena, melanistic Serval, and Harrison’s Giant Mastiff Bat among a record-breaking 126 species.
I hope this report also inspires more mammal enthusiasts to explore new places in Kenya, besides the ones covered here. Despite spending 19 nights and driving 4000+ km, I’m sure there’s a lot more to discover. I’m pretty confident Kenya is the world’s best country for mammal watching.