Check out Jon Hall's new report from Chad: 3 weeks & 70 species including Pale Fox, Dama Gazelle, Aardvark, Honey Badger and Caracal.
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.
Check out Nick Peeters' new report. Oman is becoming a top mammalwatching destination.
Kenya, more than any other country, is responsible for my interest in mammals. Not that I had been there before 2011, but I did watch a lot of wildlife documentaries on TV in the 7
Bioko Island is not easy to get to, nor to travel around, but it still has some great mammalwatching including pretty much the only realistic chance of seeing wild Drills. I visite
Mongolia is a fabulous, empty adventure of a country. My 2 weeks here in September 2016 was one of my best ever trips, with 45 species in 15 nights.
I’ve visited Brazil four times. In October 2006 I spent six days in the western Amazon, at the Palmari Lodge. In August 2007 I returned for two and a half weeks and visited Rio C
Colombia is a mammalwatching paradise. It is ridiculously diverse, with about 460 species of mammals a ton of which are endemic. Add the friendliest people I've ever met and delici
Like all self-respecting mammal watchers I had long wanted to visit Madagascar. But something had held me back. I think this was largely the fact that my Madagascar trip would be