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Pocket Mice (Chaetodipus/Perognathus sp.) & Packrat (Neotoma sp.) ID- Portal, Arizona

Pocket Mice (Chaetodipus/Perognathus sp.) & Packrat (Neotoma sp.) ID- Portal, Arizona

Good day mammal watchers! Hoping for some species level identification help with the photos below. They were taken at night in Portal, Arizona right outside Cave Creek Ranch. The Southwestern Research Station mentions these species as present in the area. Silky Pocket Mouse (Perognathus flavus) Arizona Pocket Mouse (Peroghathus...

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Dzanga-Sangha MammalFest

In late August/early September 2019 my husband and I had a superb and exciting trip to the Dzanga-Sangha Special Reserve in Central African Republic (CAR). We booked the trip directly with Sangha Lodge (www.sanghalodge.com). As described in other reports, it’s an organized tour/plane-share, where you spend 7 nights at...

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MINNESOTA: Canada Lynx & Northern Owls Departing Feb 2020: This will be our fifth consecutive year running this tour and we have had 100% success rate with seeing Canada Lynx. Other mammals we have seen on previous tours include Wolf, Moose, Northern Flying Squirrel, American Marten and Bobcat. See our Previous...

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Republic of Congo to Dzanga Sangha Reserve (Central African Republic) trip report

I visited Dzanga Sangha between 13 – 18 September and took a route that I have not seen described here, yet seems logical. Moreover, it opens the possibility to combine visiting Dzanga Sangha with Nouabale Ndoki or Odzala in the Republic of Congo. I’m currently working and based in...

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Sri Lanka Wilpattu Trip Report

Fantastic 4 Days of mammal watching at Wilpattu in Sri Lanka Our trip was organised through Bird and Wildlife Team https://www.birdandwildlifeteam.com/ They were great – really professional and well run. Our guide was Dulan Ranga Vidanapathirana (dulanrangavp@gmail.com).  He was really brilliant – incredibly knowledgeable and really focused on finding us great sightings....

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Advertising: Endemic Mammals of the Dominican Republic (Solenodon specialist trip) – 24th – 28th February 2020

The Caribbean is not widely known for its mammal life, or even much terrestrial wildlife at all. And it is right that many species have become extinct since the arrival of Europeans to the New World in the 1400’s. But there are some species still, mostly clinging to existence...

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