New Trip Report: Namibia

6 Comments
  1. Martin Scott 3 months ago

    Great report and photos. Lucky to see all those cats in Etosha plus wild dogs elsewhere. Hope to see similar on delayed trip this October.

    • Samuel 3 months ago

      Thanks Martin and indeed we were spoiled with cats observations in Etosha

  2. Rick van der Weijde 3 months ago

    Hi Samuel, you write at the Spitzkoppe-section: “…2 black mongooses in very good conditions. Thanks to the mammalwatching community for explaining where to see such mongoose species”. I am heading there in a few weeks time; can you share the information where to look for them more precisely?
    (If not public, mail is also good ofcourse) Thanks.

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      Jon Hall 3 months ago

      Hi Rick yiou can look at my trip report dot starters. https://www.mammalwatching.com/2017/12/14/namibia-2017-not-big-5/

      And there are others in the Namibia page.

      Jon

    • samuel 3 months ago

      Hi Rick, no problem to share the information. In addition to the excellent report from Jon, the two black mongooses I saw where on the other side of the mountain compared to the campsites. It was in the premises of the Spitzkoppen lodge right next to their restaurant / swimming pool area early in the morning. I’m not sure the lodge area is open to non resident.

  3. Rick van der Weijde 3 months ago

    Thanks Jon, of course I should have checked that first/again… 🙂

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