Remotely-placed, motion-triggered cameras give us a unique view on animal life in the wild. They allow us to observe and understand the natural world with minimal human interference, which is critical to study cryptic and elusive species such as cheetahs. Camera traps are indispensable to an ecologist’s toolbox and so do CCF researchers heavily rely on the use of camera traps in their mission to save the cheetah.
- A camera trap grid runs through it: surveying Etosha wildlife large scale and long term!
- What we have been missing but the cameras haven’t! Annual camera trap waterhole monitoring
- MegaDetector Version 5
- WildEye & WildCRU: Working together to speed up camera-trap focussed research
- Eyes in the Bush, Brains in the Cloud