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Bobcat, California, Point Reyes, Feb 2020

Wise Birding Holidays
Trip report now online using above link

Chris Townend - Wise Birding Holidays

Amateur photographer
http://www.wisebirding.co.uk
Chris Townend is the owner of Wise Birding Holidays. An experienced tour leader for the last 15 years with a passion for birds and larger mammals!
© Chris Townend - Wise Birding Holidays United Kingdom
Marbled cat, Malaysia, Danum, 2017-10-15

STARLING tours
The first mammal I spotlighted with my new torch, always an exciting moment. I didn't see that one coming, nor the local guides, nor my company in the safari-jeep. Smiles all over the place and a great way to start a mammal tour.

Starling Tours

Professional photographer
http://www.starlingtours.com
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Rusty-spotted cat, Sri Lanka, Yala NP, 2015-11-18

STARLING tours
Blast from the past. The first attempt for this species succeeded immediately. The same night we saw also a nice jungle cat. Small cats tend to move to the borders of the park while the big cats are roaming inside the core-area.

Starling Tours

Professional photographer
http://www.starlingtours.com
© Starling Tours
Puma, Chili, Patagonia, 2020-03-13

STARLING tours
We saw no less than 15 in two days. Some of them at very close distance doing everything you wish for. Cracking experience for sure!

Starling Tours

Professional photographer
http://www.starlingtours.com
© Starling Tours
African Wildcat, South Africa, Madikwe, Nov 2019

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Mark Hows

Amateur photographer
http://www.hows.org.uk/inter/birds/birds.htm
Interested in all wildlife particularly Mammals and Non native species.
© Mark Hows UK
Cape Mountain Zebra, South Africa, Karoo, Nov 2019

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Mark Hows

Amateur photographer
http://www.hows.org.uk/inter/birds/birds.htm
Interested in all wildlife particularly Mammals and Non native species.
© Mark Hows UK
Southern Pygmy Toad, South Africa, Karoo, Nov 2019

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Mark Hows

Amateur photographer
http://www.hows.org.uk/inter/birds/birds.htm
Interested in all wildlife particularly Mammals and Non native species.
© Mark Hows UK
Andean cat, Chili, Lauca NP, 2020-02-28

STARLING tours
A record shot of a good species. It took us 3 minutes of spotlighting to find this beauty. We plan to organise a mammaltrip in the future to try to find 5 cat species. Feel free to leave us a message if you're interested.

Starling Tours

Professional photographer
http://www.starlingtours.com
© Starling Tours
Three-toed Jerboa, Mongolia, Khongoryn Els, June 2019

Full Trip Report
Illustrated trip report now on line, to permit a virtual tour of this amazing destination from the comfort of your self-isolation :)

Ian Merrill

Amateur photographer

© Ian Merrill
Canada Lynx, USA, Minnesota, March 2019

Wise Birding Holidays
Another successful tour - Come and join us in 2021

Chris Townend - Wise Birding Holidays

Amateur photographer
http://www.wisebirding.co.uk
Chris Townend is the owner of Wise Birding Holidays. An experienced tour leader for the last 15 years with a passion for birds and larger mammals!
© Chris Townend - Wise Birding Holidays United Kingdom
Aardvark, South Africa, Marrick, Kimberley, November 2019

Full Trip Report
Marrick is perhaps the best place on earth to look for this elusive anteater

Ian Merrill

Amateur photographer

© Ian Merrill
Sahel Chameleon, Western Sahara, Imlili, December 2019

http://www.europesbig5.com
Far easier to photograph than the array of canines (Rupell’s Foxes, Fennec Foxes & African Golden Wolves) and felines (Sand Cats & African Wild Cats) that appeared in our torch light during the many lamping sessions in the area!

Jan Kelchtermans

Amateur photographer

© Jan Kelchtermans
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