I love Colorado. I spent a week or so there in 1993 and it is one of my favourite states. Boulder is a great town, and the Rocky Mountain National Park has some of the most spectac
Georgia (US State)
In May 2012 I stopped in southern Georgia for a night on my way to a bat catching blitz in Florida. Round-tailed Muskrats are a species which has generated a fair bit of correspon
I have been to Florida many times, beginning in 1998 with a few days on my way back from Jamaica to the UK. My main aim then was to see a Manatee, which I did. That said, I was pre
I haven't visited Hawaii yet, but I've included community reports from those who have.
Although I knew Idaho was famous for its potatoes, trout fishing and scenery, I didn’t know much about its mammals until 2008 when I started corresponding with Matt Miller. It q
On Memorial Day (end May) 2012, I flew to Chicago for the day to look for Franklin's Ground Squirrels at the site where John Fox found them (see below).
I haven't looked for mammals in Louisiana yet, but I've included some resources here. Please submit your trip reports.
People sometimes ask me why I like mammal watching. While most seem to understand the thrill of seeing a wild elephant or a tiger, there seems less conviction in their nods when I
Cynde’s been on about 2000 trips over 20 years and has seen Sei Whales just 10 – 15 times, and seen them skim feeding only once. Northern Right Whales, while regular during the
I visited the Esther Currier Wildlife Management Area, near New London, in December 2013, after reading Vladimir's report. I wasn't as lucky as he was, though it was well below fr