Tuesday, 5 May 2015

On our eighth night drive in Tabin we saw...

... five common palm-civets (including one blundering along the road towards us),
four buffy fish-owls,
three leopard cats (including one lying in full view by the road),
two Malay civets,
two red giant flying-squirrels,
one black flying-squirrel,
one brown wood owl,
and one bearded pig bashing through the long grass.

Ten drives to go.

1 comment:

  1. check the pear trees in case of Partridges (not sure if they are biogeographically possible in Tabin though). I hope your next chorus will end "and a Clouded Leopard scratching at a tree".