Camera traps ready to go…!

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Camera traps ready to go…!

Bushnell iWild North Wales 119678With the iWild North Wales project beginning very soon, everyone at NatureSpy is frantically getting everything ready – including the camera traps.

We’ve chosen the Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Max for the project, as it offers full 1080p HD video, fantastically high trigger speed, and brilliant detection rates. The best tool for the job of capturing as much of Wales’ wildlife on film as possible!

There are 15 camera traps in total, and these will be rotated around 17 different parks and nature reserves across north east Wales.

The iWild North Wales project seeks to directly introduce and connect local people to the wildlife living in their communities across North Wales (Wrexham, Flintshire & Denbighshire), primarily using wildlife camera traps.

Come along to any of the events in the parks and nature reserves near you for a day learning about wildlife camera traps and the natural heritage in your area, whilst also helping to uncover the hidden local wildlife…

The first events are at Loggerheads Country Park on the 21st Feburary and Gathering Grounds in Flintshire on the 22nd February – we hope to see you there!