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  • Wyoming

    I've been to Wyoming three times. In July 1993 I spent a couple of nights in Yellowstone and a third at Grand Teton National Park. Both excellent national parks (though Yellowstone is very busy in the summer) with some fine mammals from the suite of Arctic species.I returned to Yellowstone in April 2010 with my kids for 24 hours and focused on the north of the park. In August 2014 I was back in Wyoming for a night to look for Pygmy Rabbits at Fossil Butte National Monument.

  • Yemen

    I had to work in Sanaa for a couple of days in April 2007. Warnings about security meant I didn't venture outside of the city though in hindsight I think Yemen was probably safer than I'd been advised (at least that is what all the locals assured me) and that there are more mammals to be seen than I had thought.

  • Yukon

    Although I'd long wanted to visit Alaska, somehow the Yukon hadn't featured on my radar of places to go mammal watching. But when I began planning a trip to Canada in 2006, and started reading about the province and its wildlife, I realised how much there was to see. It is huge, very sparsely populated, shares much of the Alaskan fauna, and probably has a more extensive road network than its US neighbour.

  • Zambia

    Having lived in Zambia in 1991, I am still in love with the country, the people and the bush. Mammals were pretty sparse over much of the place, but national parks like Northern Kafue and South Luangwa are world class.

  • Zimbabwe

    I lived in Zambia throughout 1991 and visited Zimbabwe several times. Back then, Zimbabwe was very much a second world nation, to Zambia’s third world status. There was a marked increase in wildlife the moment you drove over the border into Zimbabwe...

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