Romania, 2022: Sakertours, 9 days & 51 species including Romanian Hamster, Steppe Polecat and European Mink.
Romania, 2022: Ian Thompson, 9 days & 50 species including European Mink, Romanian Hamster and Steppe Polecat (on the Sakertours trip above).
Looking for a Transylvanian Lynx, 2022: Jon Hall, 1 week & 15 species including Western Barbastelle, Brown Bear and Eurasian Lynx.
European Mink Special, 2021: Sakertours, 5 days & 30+ species including Romanian Hamster, European Mink and Greater Noctules.
Romania, 2021: Sakertours, 1 week & 49 species including Romanian and Common Hamsters, Lesser Mole-rat, Wild Cat and Bechstein’s and Northern Bats.
Piatra Craiului National Park, 2021: Ralf Burglin, 2 days including Carpathian Chamois.
Romania, 2020: Sakertours, 9 days & 46 species including Lesser Mole Rat, Lesser and Greater Mouse-eared Bats, Wolf, Bear and two European Minks.
Romania, 2020: Janco van Gelderen, 3 days & 6 species including Eurasian Lynx.
Romania, 2018: Mark Hows, 12 days & 21 species including Lesser Mole Rat and Miller’s Water Shrew.
The Balkans, 2016 (and some flashbacks to the early 1990s): Vladimir Dinets, 6 weeks and 100+ mammals including Martino’s Snow Vole, Romanian Hamster, Western Broad-toothed Mouse, Bicoloured and Etruscan Shrews, a Mediterranean Monk Seal and European Polecat.
Bulgaria & Romania, 2016: Romain Bocquier, 3 weeks & 16 species including Edible Dormouse, Pine Marten, Brown Bear and European Free-tailed Bat.
Carpathian Mountains, 2011: Steve Babbs’s brief notes of a trip including a Wild Cat but no Brown Bears.
Romania, 2009: Stefanie Lahaye, 10 days & 9 species including Chamois and Brown Bear.
RFI – Marbled Polecats in Romania (March, 2017)
RFI – Romanian Mammals (May, 2015)
RFI –Mammal watching in the Carpathian Mountains (April, 2011)
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