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
Check out Ronald de Mol's December 2022 trip with 35 species including Eld's Deer and Banteng. Thailand keeps getting better as a mammalwatching destination.
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
I went to Laos for 3 nights in July 2017. I took my kids to visit the Gibbon Experience, to see some of the last 200 Black-crested Gibbons left in Laos. The Gibbon Experience is bu
The chance to run a workshop in Manila in November 2015 was a welcome opportunity for a few days mammal watching. That said, the Philippines comprises more than 7,000 islands so pl
Indonesia – West Papua, Raja Ampat & the Moluccas
Although I have visited Java, Sumatra, Sulawesi, I haven't been to other parts of Indonesia yet. I have included community reports from those that have.
So far as I could tell poaching in Vietnam is out of control. There is a major demand from the middle class Vietnamese for bushmeat, who believe that eating virtually any wild anim
I spent 4 nights in Sri Lanka en route from Australia to Europe in 2000. Back then I described it as a pleasant country, with friendly people (barring some of the park staff) – a
I spent 24 hours in Singapore in 2022 on the way back from Borneo and saw 12 species of mammals around the city.
In April 2011 I got the chance to visit Islamabad for work. My office had some concerns about my security. I had some concerns that I wouldn't be able to see any mammals. But where