In an attempt to support our staffs crucial feline monitoring camera-trap research project we are attempting to raise the money to garner 6 new cat camera-traps. These camera traps are valued at $200 each, and 6 new traps would be the optimal number of cameras for our researcher to continue his monitoring program.
Osa Conservation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the globally significant…Read More
I think we've been spotted!!! This amazing image was taken in December 2012, but we're not sure if the subject liked us snapping his photo.
Big cats aren't the only things that get caught on candid camera - thankfully camera trap data also extends to monitoring feline prey, so…Read More
Monitoring feline prey availability is also an important aspect of the camera-trap project. Data comes in all shapes and sizes!
A puma captured on camera-trap mid-day during August of 2012.
An ocelot scurrying into the night - captured during September of 2012.