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Arizona, 98, 10, 12 & 13

Baffin Island, 06

California, 98, 10, 11 & 13

Colorado, 92 & 11

Florida, 98 & 12

Idaho, 09, 10 & 12

Maine, 06

Massachusetts, 13

New Mexico, 13

Ontario, 12 & 13

Tennessee, 12

Texas, 98 & 13

Washington, 09, 10 & 12

Yukon, 06

 

Central African Republic, 11

Ethiopia, 07 & 08

Ghana, 07

Kenya, 11

Madagascar, 10

Namibia, 08

Rwanda, 07

South Africa, 02, 07 - 09

Tanzania, 91 & 11

Zambia, 91 & 92

Zimbabwe, 91

 

Belarus, 06

China, 05 & 09

Estonia, 10 & 11

Finland, 07 & 08

France, 05 - 10

Hungary, 10 & 13

Japan, 07 & 09

Korea, 06, 07 & 09

Kyrgyzstan, 09

Poland, 08

Russia, 08

Spain, 08 & 11

Spitsbergen, 06

Tunisia, 08

Turkey, 06 & 07

The UK

   
   

Brazil, 06, 07, 09 & 13

Chile, 09

Colombia, 06, 07 & 08

Costa Rica, 10

Dominican Republic, 14

Ecuador, 12

Nicaragua, 13 & 14

Panama, 13

Paraguay, 10

Puerto Rico, 13

 

Bhutan, 08

Borneo, 04 & 08

India, 97, 07, 08 & 11

Indonesia (Java), 10

Indonesia (Sulawesi), 12

Malaysia, 04, 08 & 10

Nepal, 97 & 12

Sri Lanka, 00 & 10

Thailand 03, 04, 06 - 08, & 10

Vietnam, 11

 

The Australian Capital Territory

New South Wales

The Northern Territory

Queenland

South Australia

Tasmania

Victoria

Western Australia

For a full list of countries covered by the site then follow the regional links below.

This site is for anyone who wants to watch mammals in the wild. Mammal watching is considerably easier than many people imagine: there are plenty of mammals around the place - they just take a bit more effort to find than those birds that so obligingly fly squawking through the air.

Thousands of websites around the world are dedicated to bird watching - with their trip reports, tips on where to find different species, information on latest sightings and so on. But the mammal watchers amongst us have much less information to turn to. I'd like to develop this site as a source of information about where and how to find many of the world's 5,500 mammal species. And so I'm including here the sort of information that I find useful when planning a trip.

If you've any ideas for pages that should be linked to this, trip reports with a focus on mammal sightings, or any other information that might interest mammal watchers please email me or visit the mammal watching forum where you can share information - or make requests for information - with others, and subscribe to emails notifying you of new posts to the blog or this site.

Jon Hall  Canberra, Australia, 2005

 

If you have questions, comments or reports then please Post them on the mammal watching Forum

WHAT'S NEW

Nicaragua, Feb 2014
Dominican Republic, Jan 2014
Arizona & New Mexico, Sep 2013
Brazil, Aug 2013
California & Oregon, July 2013
Big Bend, Texas, May 2013
Massachusetts, May 2013
Nicaragua, Feb 2013
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Croatia, Apr 2014

Texas, May 2014

Peru, July 2014

 
 
 
 
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