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  • Bhutan

    Bhutan, the land of the thunder dragon, is an extraordinary country. They have managed to protect their culture and their forest (some 70% of the country is still forested), and most of the bits I saw were just beautiful. It is, however, quite difficult to get to, and quite expensive when you get there. So when I was invited to a conference in November 2008 it took me all of 3 seconds to carefully weigh up the pros and cons.

  • Bonaire

    I visited Bonaire to escape the New York winter for a weekend in 2014. It is a great place to dive but not so great to mammal watch. There are no native terrestrial mammals, but there are 7 species of bats, most of which I hadn't seen. It was a last minute - and short - trip

  • Borneo

    This page covers both the Malaysian and Indonesian bits of Borneo, together with Brunei. I have visited Borneo three times. Two weeks in October 2004, a week in August 2008 and four nights in May 2015. It is a biologically fascinating island with a host of endemic species. The mammal watching is excellent but trying to do anything out of the ordinary can be rather frustrating...

  • Bosnia & Herzegovina

    A big thank you to Boris Krystufek and Sasa Popovic. More proof, if I needed any more, that people from the former Yugoslavia might be the friendliest on the planet. In September 2014 I visited Podgorica, Montenegro for work. Though Montenegro is a country well worth exploring in itself, I couldn’t resist the siren call of a new genus and decided to spend my free evening next door in Bosnia – the republic of Srpska to be precise – trying to catch a Martino’s Snow Vole (Dinaromys bogdanovi).

  • Brazil

    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 Cristalino (the Central Amazon), the Pantanal and the state of Minas Gerais and onto Espirito Santo. In November 2009 I went to Iguazu (for work) and then to the north of Rio de Janeiro to see Golden Lion Tamarins. And in August 2013 I spent 2.5 weeks in the Atlantic Rainforest and Southern Pantanal.

  • British Columbia

    I can't claim to have even scratched the surface of British Columbia. But I can claim to have visited Vancouver Island three times. I spent 3 nights there in late May 2006, primarily to try to see a Grey (or Gray in the local vernacular) Whale, and went back in August 2010 for a couple of nights to look for the critically endangered Vancouver Island Marmots.

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