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Gray wolf on camera trap

How do wolves move over motorways?

How do wolves move over motorways? By Tomos Williams Wolves have been hunting in Europe for millennia. The development of motorways has left asphalt scars that tear through their natural ranges. Using land bridges gives wolves and other animals the opportunity to cross motorways safely, decreasing the frequency of conflict between animals and humans.  A …

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Red deer stag on camera trap

Our first red deer stag capture…

More camera trap footage from our Yorkshire Pine Marten Project has just come in – and there are some very interesting captures… The most welcome of which was a red deer stag ogling the camera trap – a first for NatureSpy. This also represents the largest mammal we’ve ever captured on camera trap before! We were …

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Chimpanzee behaviour on camera trap

Understanding chimpanzee behaviour and culture in Africa

    Chimp & See: understanding chimpanzee behaviour and culture in Africa By Tomos Williams & Tobie Wharton Since 2004, Mimi Arandjelovic has been studying wild ape populations at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany and is the project coordinator of the Pan African Programme: The Cultured Chimpanzee (PanAf). Mimi focuses on …

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Yorkshire Pine Marten Project Camera trap highlights

Latest Yorkshire Pine Marten Project Highlights

    Back to Yorkshire Pine Marten Project New volunteers get to grips with camera traps Volunteers after a 7 mile hike setting up camera traps to look for pine marten. Camera traps are again out on the North York Moors looking for pine marten – helped by new volunteers.  4 more volunteers have joined the …

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iWild North Wales camera trap highlights

iWild final report and wildlife records are in

    Back to iWild North Wales iWild final report and wildlife records are in… Click for video NatureSpy’s iWild North Wales project has just come to an end, one year and over 3,200 wildlife records later – and the final report is available online now. It’s been a fantastic project – visiting 17 different parks and nature reserves with …

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