New reports from the Western Sahara
Richard Webb sent me a couple of reports (from others) of mammals in the Western Sahara. It seems like there’s a lot to see there still and Sand Cats are relatively common.
Oued Ad-Dehab, Western Sahara, 2012: Richard Moores, 1 week & 6 species including 3 Sand Cat sightings. This paper and more information is also on http://www.go-south.org.
Oued Ad-Dehab, Western Sahara, 2012: Franch Chevalier, notes on terrestial mammals in the region. Sightings include Sand Cats, Libyan Striped Polecat, Dorcas Gazelle and Fenenc Foxes (in French). This paper and more information is also on http://www.go-south.org.
Both reports are at http://mammalwatching.com/Palearctic/palearctmorocco.html
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