Mammal Watching Gear


Books & Apps

Global

Bats: Handbook of the Mammals of the World (October, 2019)

Canids of the World (November, 2018)

Carnivores of the World, 2nd edition (January, 2019)

Lagomorphs: Pikas, Rabbits and Hares of the World (August, 2018)

Mammals: A Very Short Introduction (December, 2018)

Mongooses of the World (February, 2020)

Squirrels of the World (September, 2012)

Walker’s Mammals of the World  (July, 2018)

Handbook of Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises (December, 2019)

Africa

Stuart’s Field Guide to the Mammals of Southern African (book & app) (November, 2018)

Stuart’s Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Africa (book & app) (November, 2018)

Stuart’s Field Guide to the Tracks & Signs of Southern, Central & East African Wildlife (December, 2018)

Asia

Indian Mammals: A Field Guide. 2014 Edition (October, 2019)

Europe

Stuart’s Guide to the Mammals of Europe (app) (February 2020)

North America

A Californian’s Guide to the Mammals Among Us (March, 2019)

Stuart’s Guide to the Mammals of North America (app) (January, 2019)

South America

A Field Guide to Bats of the Amazon (April, 2018)

A Field Guide to the Mammals of Ecuador (April, 2018)

General Gear

Mammalwatching Gear (May, 2018)

Flashlights

Thrunite Catapult (July, 2019)

Choosing a Flashlight for Mammalwatching (a very thorough article from January, 2019)

Mounting a Flashlight on a telescope or camera (January, 2019)

Flashlight RFI (May, 2018)

Flashlight brightness for spotlighting on foot (May, 2016)

Photography

Tips on photography while solo spotlighting (May, 2017)

The ultimate mammal watching lens: Nikon 500 mm F5.6 PF ED VR (December, 2019)

Optics

Top Binoculars: Leica vs Swarovski vs Zeiss (December, 2019)

Swarovski Optik EL 8.5 x 42 binoculars (November, 2019)

Traveling internationally with a Thermal Scope: what are the rules? (August, 2019)

Pulsar XQ 50 Thermal Scope Review (September, 2017)
(also see this post from April 2019 on scope magnification)

LCD monitors for thermal scopes (March, 2018)

Pulsar Thermal Scopes and Night Vision

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