New Trip Reports: Kenya
Seems like Kenya is the new hot mammalwatching destination. Here are two more very recent reports. Kenya, October 2021: Andreas Jonsson, 12 days & 58 species including Hirola,
Since I seem to be doomed to posting mammalwatching trip reports from places where nobody would ever go for mammalwatching, here’s another one, a 1-page mammalwatching guide
Southern Italy & Northern Greece 2021
Trip Report is here.
I just came back from a very short family vacation to Puerto Rico. Since it was my third trip there, I summarized everything I know into a 2-page mammalwatching guide to the island
Acouchi in Bolivia?
Hi guys, 2 weeks ago I had the pleasure of being in the Jaguarland/La Moneda Reserve in Bolivia. There are quite a few tripreports of this place now on this website. I saw a
Some Hope for the Sumatran Rhino..?
Great news out of Gunung Leuser in Northern Sumatra! I hope and would like to believe it’s not too late! Work starts on new sanctuary for captive breeding of Sumatran rhinos
Mammal ID from Chaparri, Northern Peru
Hi All, I am looking for help if anybody knows rodents in the Chaparri area of Peru (north-west)! This is the area: https://chaparrilodge.com/ I saw small mammals (rodents) every e
New Trip Report: Mozambique, Tanzania, Kenya, 2021
A new trip report from Pictus Safaris featuring all sorts of goodies, including the first Kipunji in a trip report on this site. Mozambique, Tanzania and Kenya, 2021: Pictus Safari
I’ve been thinking of how one could make a friendly mammal watching competition were you have to watch in the country you live in that is relativly fair no matter were you li
1. Another Thomasomys described: T. antoniobracki from N Peru (4.89429S 79.36761W). The link for downloading the PDF. 2. Bullimus carletoni described from S Luzon. 3. Three new spe