I was lucky enough to spend most of 2022 in Kenya, doing fieldwork for my PhD. From my base at the Mpala Research Centre in Laikipia, I took mammal-watching expeditions all around the country, seeing over 150 species in the course of the year.
Amongst the many highlights were Aardvark, Naked Mole Rat, Maned Rat, Tana River Mangabey, Harrison’s Giant Mastiff Bat, Caracal, Aardwolf, Zorilla, African Clawless and Spotted-necked Otters, Giant Forest Hog, Weyns’s Duiker and Hirola.
Mammals of Kenya 2022
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Great report Ben. You really swept up on the Kenyan species.