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  • Oregon

    In July 2013 I flew to Portland, Oregon, and spent a few days driving down to LA. One of my targets was the Siskiyou Chipmunk, which has a pretty limited range on the California/Oregon border, so I spent a night at Oregon Caves National Monument after a tip from squirrel guru John Koprowski

  • Rhode Island

    In early May 2016 I was sent a picture of a Rhode Island rodent, which turned out to be a Southern Bog Lemming. A species I hadn't seen: apparently, there were heaps of them running around Trustom Pond National Wildlife Refuge. So a couple of weeks later I took a look for myself. I was very glad I did.

  • South Dakota

    I have been to South Dakota in 1993 but don't remember what species I saw in the spectacular Badlands National Park. At Wind Cave National Park I saw Bison and Black-tailed Prarie Dogs among other things.

  • Tennessee

    In April 2012 John Fox and I headed down to Tennessee for the Easter weekend to meet up with Vladimir Dinets who was living in Knoxville and had kindly offered to show us around. Tennessee is only a long day's drive from New York City but it felt like a different continent. Tennessee may well hold the twin records for the world's most friendly and fattest citizens. And if a billboard wasn't advertising that Jesus had died for our sins, it was most probably announcing that there was a Taco Bell at the next exit.

  • Texas

    Texas has some rugged country and visiting Big Bend National Park in 1998 was a long cherished ambition, as was seeing an Armadillo. I saw plenty of roadkill Armadillos - several clutching empty bottles of Lone Star beer - but couldn't find a live one. I returned again in May 2013, for a batting weekend in Big Bend, and was back in May 2014 in the Gulf Coast and San Angelo.

  • Utah

    In August 2010 I visited Bryce National Park, primarily to see Utah Pratrie Dogs. They were easy to spot. There is a Prairie Dog town a mile or two after the entrance gate, and it is clearly signposted as such.

  • Virginia & Washington D.C.

    I haven't spent much time in Virginia, but I have been to DC a few times: until 2010 I didn't spot any mammals other than Grey Squirrels though. Unless you count the unusually smarmy DC waiters who maybe are a different species to the rest of us ...

  • Washington State

    Washington State is home to some quality mammals and spectacular scenery. I visited in February 2009 for the first time and had a couple of days to look around. February is not a good time to find mammals and it was even worse than expected after a late snow storm dumped 8" on the Olympic Peninsula. But it didn't stop me trying...

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