A camera trap survey of canids (and other mammals) in agricultural areas of Eastern Panama.
Amazon Rainforest, Peru, 2008 - This camera survey had two objectives: 1) To inventory medium to large-sized mammal species in a previously unstudied region of the Peruvian Amazon, and 2) To investigate the impact of oil exploration on carnivore movement and activity, with a particular focus on the ocelot (Leopardus pardalis)
This project focused on the effects of trail and station proximity, forest structure and phenology, and climate seasonality on wildlife composition and abundance at the Los Amigos Biological Station in Peruvian Amazon.
This project monitors the mammals at Peperpot Nature Park, a reserve to preserve biodiversity close to the large city of Paramaribo.
Camera trapping in Ecuador.
A wildlife survey conducted by an Ecuadorean non-profit foundation that works for forest conservation, reforestation and eco-tourism promotion on the Western slopes of Ecuador´s Andes.
This is a survey of the Sumaco Cloud Forest, Napo, Ecuador.
This project is run by the Center for Conservation, Research and Management of Natural Areas (CIMA) and Cordillera Azul National Park.
This is a project run by the Field Museum, Chicago and partners.