Beecrofts Anomalure


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

Community Reports

Sangha Lodge and SE Cameroon, 2017: Vladimir Dinets, 9 days & 100+ species including BongoLudia ShrewLink RatGiant and Red River HogsWater ChevrotainFlightless AnomalureGolden Cat and both Black and White-bellied Pangolins.

Cameroon, 2013Rockjumper Tours, 3 weeks & 20+ species (on a birding trip) including Rusty-nosed RatAfrican Pygmy Squirrel and Red-flanked Duiker.

Cameroon, 2012Rockjumper Tours, 3 weeks & 38 species (on a birding trip) including Mona and Putty-nosed MonkeysRusty-nosed RatAfrican Pygmy SquirrelServalSand FoxMarsh MongooseRed-flanked Duiker and Roan.

Cameroon, 2011Rockjumper Tours, 3 weeks & 31 species (on a birding trip) including Mona and Putty-nosed MonkeysAfrican Pygmy Squirrel, Beecroft’s Anomalure, Sand FoxMarsh MongooseRed-flanked Duiker and Roan.

Cameroon, 2010Rockjumper Tours, 3 weeks & 35 species (on a birding trip) includingRed-cheeked Rope SquirrelSpot-necked Otter, Roan and Red-flanked Duiker.

The Congos, Cameroon and Gabon, 2009: Vladimir Dinets account of a week in each country. Species include: in Congo-Brazzaville – Black-legged MongooseRed-fronted Duiker; in Gabon – Northern TalapoinBlack ColobusRed River HogWhite-collared MongooseMandrill, and Cameroon – DrillAfrican Manatee and a swag of rodents, shrews and bats everywhere.

Also See

RFI on Drills in Cameroon & beyond (September, 2017)

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