I haven’t been to Cambodia yet, but I’ve included community reports from those that have.

Community Reports

Cambodia & Laos, 2024: Rob & Remy Jansen, 17 days in Cambodia & 13 species including Indochinese Ground Squirrel and Irrawaddy Dolphin.

Cambodia, 2023: Philllip1229, 1 week & 10 species including Southern Yellow-cheeked Gibbon and two Pygmy Lorises (at what may be a reliable site for them).

Cambodia, 2020: Naturetrek, 16 days & 17 species including Germain’s Langur, Black-shanked Douc and Pileated & Southern Yellow-cheeked Crested Gibbons.

Cambodia and Laos, 2019: Keith Millar, 19 days & 17 species including Yellow-cheeked Crested Gibbon, Indo-Chinese Silvered LangurBlack-shanked Douc and Irrawaddy Dolphins.

Cambodia, 2018: Cheryl Antonucci, 2 weeks & 10 species including Irrawaddy Dolphins and Northern Yellow-cheeked and Pileated Gibbons.

Vietnam & Cambodia, 2016: Royle Safaris, 16 days & almost 40 mammals including Pygmy Loris, Owston’s Civet and Spotted Linsang.

Thailand, Laos, Cambodia & Vietnam, 2016: Royle Safaris, 26 days & 50+ species including Large-toothed Ferret Badger, Northern and Southern Buff-cheeked Gibbons, Pygmy Loris, Fea’s Muntjak and Cat Ba Langur.

South East Asia, 2010: Matt and Maureen Steer, 8 weeks & 31 species including Hairy-nosed Otters, Gaur and Pangolin (Thailand), Short-clawed Otters (Malaysia) and Smooth-coated Otters (Singapore).

Thailand and Cambodia, 2010: Stefan Lithner, 3 weeks and 39 species including Eld’s Deer, Asiatic Black Bear and Irrawaddy Dolphin.

Cambodia, 2009: Uffe Gjøl Sørensen, 2 weeks & 8 species including Irrawaddy Dolphins and Phayre’s Flying Squirrel.

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