Monthly Archives: September 2012

Common Agouti (Dasyprocta punctata)

So last week I briefly talked about the Common Agoutis in Costa Rica. They were my favourite mammal I saw (apart from maybe the cheeky raccoon) and I think the reason for this is that I was able to spend … Continue reading

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A day at Manuel Antonio National Park! (2011)

Hello everyone, sorry for not posting anything for so long! Moving to London and starting a new job just took up so much time that I’ve barely been able to keep up. This is the first time I have been … Continue reading

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Capuchin Monkeys (Cebus capucinus)

I should probably post something about Capuchin monkeys seeing as they appear in the header photo for the site. I saw them when I was in Costa Rica in September 2011. They were the only primate I saw during the … Continue reading

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Heath Safari

Hello! I have managed to get some internet sorted in the flat earlier than expected, through paying fixed rates per day with BT WiFi. So I thought I should probably do a post about the quick walk I went on … Continue reading

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Another Garden Safari

Having said in my previous post that I won’t be able to post again for a few weeks, I have decided to quickly do another one because I wanted to have a last wander around the garden before I move. … Continue reading

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Wildview Camera

For my 21st birthday, my friends bought me a Wildview camera, which is motion sensitive and infrared. I have put it outside in the front and back garden several times now and so far I have seen… several cats. I … Continue reading

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Ladybirds

According to the Ladybird Survey, there are 26 ‘easily recognisable’ ladybirds in the UK and in the past couple of weeks I have seen three of these species, plus the larva of another. Of these, one is a native species … Continue reading

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