Museums Connect India

Middle school classrooms across India are collecting data on local mammal populations in the Museums Connect program eMammal International.

Carnivore Intraguild Interactions in Select Thailand Reserves

The objective of this study was to collect data on clouded leopards (Neofelis nebulosa) and small carnivores to investigate intraguild interactions. The four study areas selected for this research span across the central latitudes of Thailand, including: Ta Phraya National Park and Don Yai Wildlife Sanctuary, located in eastern Thailand within the Don Phayayen- Khao Yai Forest Complex; Khao Ang Rue Nai Wildlife Sanctuary, located in southeast Thailand and Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary, located in the Western Forest Complex.

Danum Valley CTFS Vertebrate Monitoring Protocol

Danum Valley Conservation area is a protected area with intact primary forest in Sabah, Malaysia. This is the first implementation of the CTFS-ForestGEO Vertebrate Monitoring Protocol at the site.

HaMaarag - Israel's National Nature Assessment Program

Hamaarag, Israel's National Nature Assessment Program operates Israel's National Terrestrial Biodiversity Assessment Program. The aim of the program is to monitor Israel’s biodiversity, thereby evaluating the state of nature and the significant changes taking place within it. The program monitors woody plants, birds, reptiles, arthropods and mammals throughout Israel, using field surveys and surveillance cameras. The monitoring of medium to large-size mammals occurs in diverse ecosystems ranging from Mediterranean maquis, and planted conifer forests, to hyper-arid desert. Based on the collected data in approximately 800 locations, we publish the State of Nature report, a biannual report that presents trends in the monitored indicators.



Kalamaili Ungulate Water Use Study

Will be updated later