South America

Canid Collision

A camera trap survey of canids (and other mammals) in agricultural areas of Eastern Panama.

Peperpot Nature Park

This project monitors the mammals at Peperpot Nature Park, a reserve to preserve biodiversity close to the large city of Paramaribo.


Camera trapping at an ecotour preserve in Ecuador.

Mindo Cloudforest Foundation

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.

Sumaco Cloud Forest

This is a survey of the Sumaco Cloud Forest, Napo, Ecuador.

Wildsumaco Wildlife Sanctuary

This project is focused on surveying the biodiversity at the Wildsumaco Wildlife Sanctuary. 

Yasuni ForestGEO

This project follows the CFTF-ForestGEO Vertebrate Monitoring Protocol for the Foresty Dynamics Plot at the Yasuní Research Station. Cameras were placed in an even grid spread across the 50-ha plot and a buffer zone surrounding it. The 50 deployments were achieved in three sets, each deployment was 20 days.

Soritor Mammal Survey

This is a survey of mammals living near people in the region of Soritor, Peru.  We have cameras running along a transect from the center of Tarapoto out past the edge of town.  We also have cameras at six nearby caserios running near houses and also out in the farmland. Our overall goal is to describe the mammals living near people and relate this to the risk for contracting Leishmaniasis.

Maned Wolves in PNNKM Bolivia

A long-running project around maned wolves in PNNKM, Bolivia. 

Our research base was the field station: Bolivia: Depto. Santa Cruz, Parque Nacional Noel Kempff Mercado, Estación Biológica El Refugio Huanchaca. Río Paragua/Tarvo, right bank . A field station with an airstrip and buildings

InkaTerra Tambopata Wildlife: Peru

Terrestrial Amazonian mammals are being monitored in two InkaTerra ecotourism properties along the Lower Madre de Dios River. Twenty Reconyx Hyperfire camera traps are being used in 2018 to monitor 302 sampling points covering the 600 ha.

Araucaria Biosphere Reserve of Southern Chile Wildlife Monitoring

We aim to establish a long-term monitoring of wildlife in the Araucarias Biosphere Reserve (UNESCO).  The Biosphere reserve contains several National Parks and associated buffer areas. A total of three schools will monitor wildlife with an estimated total of 120 camera trap sites, both outside and inside protected areas. Project-based learning will enable teachers from different subjects, such as Math, Language, Science, Arts and Foreign language (English) to apply the national curriculum and lesson plans with the camera trap project at center stage.