|Palm Civet returns to the night after a drink of palm wine and a bite of banana in a somewhat constricted restaurant.|
Good news this afternoon! TFCG will let us use one of their vehicles for our trip to Mtai Forest Reserve in Usumbaras. Much thanks to hard work on Nike's (Andy's partner) behalf. One less problem checked off the list. The evening surveys are very quiet this full moon evening. Trapping frequency has slowed down somewhat. We get two Rondo Dwarf Galagos, whereof one is a re-trap, one Garnett's galago and our friend the Palm Civet is back - but in a new trap this time. We've now reached a good sample size for the Rondo's and the Zanzibar galagos though, in a perfect world, one or two more Zanzibar galagos would make it perfect.
|Bye bye! A Garnett's galago sets off after being in our care for a short while.|