Check out Andreas Jonsson's trip to Ladakh, Eaglenest and Manas National Park in March 2023: with 36 species including Snow Leopard, Pallas’s Cat, Gee´s Golden Langur & Bhutan F
Mongolia is a fabulous, empty adventure of a country. My 2 weeks here in September 2016 was one of my best ever trips, with 45 species in 15 nights.
I’ve visited Brazil four times. In October 2006 I spent six days in the western Amazon, at the Palmari Lodge. In August 2007 I returned for two and a half weeks and visited Rio C
Like all self-respecting mammal watchers I had long wanted to visit Madagascar. But something had held me back. I think this was largely the fact that my Madagascar trip would be
This page covers both the Malaysian and Indonesian bits of Borneo, together with Brunei. I have visited Borneo four times and am sure I will return again and again. Per square kilo
For a country with around 500 mammals (claimed as the 2nd highest total in the world), and many endemics, Mexico is something of a mammal watching mystery to me. There are very few
I visited central Gabon for a spectacular two weeks in August 2018 focussed on Lope National Park, plus Tsam Tsam lodge and a couple of sites near Libreville.
The mammal watching far exceeded expectations both in terms of the diversity of species we encountered but also the rarity of many of the species we found, with mega mammals like W
I like South Africa. The crime problems I’ve heard so much about aren’t apparent out of the cities (or perhaps I am just blissfully naive); the national parks in the south were
I’ve been to Nicaragua three times. First in February 2013, when Fiona Reid led a second Batwatch trip to the country. Although I could only get away from work for a weekend, I c