Archive for March 2012

New Trip Report – Mexico City Area

March 31, 2012

Vladimir Dinets has sent a report through of combined detailed notes on visits in 2003 and 2012, featuring many small mammals and bats.

They are at the bottom of here



Tallahassee, Florida

March 27, 2012

I will be in Tallahassee, Florida for work in a couple of weeks. It is a short and busy trip but I’m hoping to at least have evenings to do quick mammal searches. In particular, I’m interested in round-tailed muskrat and marsh rabbit. If there are good spots for rodents or bats, that would be great, too. 

New Trip Report – Poland

March 25, 2012

A new report from Jan Kelchtermans is up on

He didn’t find a Lynx but did see Wolves.


Bat Blitz 2012

March 24, 2012

The SBDN has announced the 2012 blitz. May 20-24 at Apalachicola National Forest and vicinity,
Florida Panhandle. A pretrip to see an emergence of Southeastern Myotis would be high on my list. And a good opportunity to try for Round-tailed Muskrat, hopefully get some tips from local biologists. See

New Trip Report – Jalisco, Mexico

March 20, 2012

I’ve finally gotten around to a report from my January trip to Cuixmala Reserve in Mexico. It was pretty low key but I did see a few rodents and its a lovely area.

A report is here


New Trip Report – Ethiopia

March 15, 2012

Under the other trip reports section here:
Ethiopia, 2012: Romain Bocquier, 10 days & 32 species including Clawless Otter, Salt’s Dikdik and Ethiopian Wolf.


New Protect Area in Peruvian Cloud Forest – home to Andean Cats

March 14, 2012

This is primarily of interest to me because its home to Andean Cats. Has anyone been here or know any more?