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Looking for help to spend a few days doing mammal watching in the Denver area

Hi everyone I will be in Denver mid July for work and I should have a 2-3  days available for sightseeing. I was therefore wondering if anyone would have some advices about good places to visit not too far from the city and for which mammal targets? Also, I read many good things about Point Reyes in CA but is this...

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TRIP REPORT – SRI LANKA

SRI LANKA. 18 nights. 50 species including leopard, fishing cat, jungle cat, sloth bear, elephant, stripe-necked mongoose, red slender loris, toque macaque, purple-faced leaf monkey (all 4 ssp.) and blue whale. Plus >172 birds, including Kashmir flycatcher and Pied thrush, and various herps and insects.

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Sichuan Mammal Watching Tour – March 2019 – Royle Safaris Trip Report

In March and April 2019 Royle Safaris ran two back to back Sichuan Mammals Tours with a special focus on the rarer species. We were very successful on both our trips with totals of mammal species over 40 on both trips and all of our main targets seen. This...

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