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Getting the most out of camera traps on the pine marten project

By Ed Snell, Yorkshire Pine Marten Project Officer Camera trap surveys are our main research method on the Yorkshire Pine Marten Support Programme. This blog post gives some insight into why we think they’re ideal for this kind of project and how we set up our cameras. A project camera trap collected in snowy conditions …

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On the trail of wolves and lynx…

This post by NatureSpy staff member James McConnell about NatureSpy’s work in Croatia with partners Bioterra, and support from ZSL’s Instant Wild, originally appeared on ZSL’s Conservation website and is reposted here… ‘We will wait here, while Mirko goes to find the place” Mirko doesn’t speak much English at all, so his colleague lets us …

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Croatian cameras now on ZSL Instant Wild!

We’re delighted to announce that the wireless camera traps we run with Bioterra in Croatia are now available on the fantastic Instant Wild website and apps. ZSL’s Instant Wild empowers you to take part in vital conservation work, bringing you LIVE images from amazing locations all around the world. By identifying the animals in each …

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Wolf pack and lynx surprise from Croatia

Wolf pack and lynx surprise from Croatia Following on from our visit to partners Bioterra in Croatia in November 2017, we’ve started to have some of the images back from the camera traps we took out there. One camera, in particular, has been very fruitful – in the beautiful Velebit National Park. Within just two …

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A visit to Croatia and more camera traps

By James McConnell, NatureSpy In mid-November, some of the NatureSpy team headed out to Croatia to visit our partners Bioterra, learn more about their work and deliver 13 more camera traps.  What followed was 6 jam-packed days of driving, hiking, exploring, meetings and… camera trapping! After meeting Lidija and other members of the Bioterra team, we …

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