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  • Arizona

    I first visited Arizona for a few days in 1989, the highlight of which was a trek to the bottom of the Grand Canyon for an overnight stay and a battle with a Ringtail that was determined to separate me from my breakfast. I returned for a few days in September 1998, twice in 2010 , and again in 2012 and 2013 .

  • Armenia

    I spent a day driving through Armenia in 2017. I didn't look for, nor see, any mammals. But it is a beautiful country and somewhere I want to return to.

  • Australasian

    The Australasian Ecozone Australasia. Home to Dunnarts and dunnies, flying doctors and flying foxes, and far more than its fair share of the world’s most venmous creatures. The Australasian Ecozone here covers Australia, New Zealand, New Zealand and islands in the South West Pacific. To make it simpler to use read more

  • Australian Capital Territory

    Canberra the ' bush capital' has good numbers of mammals living in and around the city centre. Eastern Grey Kangaroos are easy to see in many places – they are in just about any of the city’s nature parks. They are plentiful around Campbell Park (near the airport and behind the Defence Department Offices) for example...

  • Austria

    I spent a couple of nights in Vienna in October 2016. I loved the city, which is now one of my favourites in Europe, but didn't do much mammal watching.

  • Bangladesh

    Bangladesh, 2013: Cheryl Antonucci's ill-fated trip to Bangladesh, with the mammalian highlights (in between the lowlights of roadblocks and striking protesters) including Phayre's Langurs, Malayan Giant Squirrel and Greater Bandicoot Rats.

  • Belarus

    Belarus is famous for its Internet Brides, its 'dictator' and, umm.... Arriving into Minsk you are greeted by stony-faced passport control officers who pore in grim silence and with painstaking detail over each and every passport.

  • Belgium

    I haven't been mammal watching in Belgium yet, though have seen many strange beasts in Brussels! But I've included community reports from those that have.

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