eMammal workshop with Western Kimberley indigenous rangers

On February 22, several indigenous ranger programs from the Western Kimberley came together learn about eMammal and to test out the eMammal app on photos from the Spectacled Hare-Wallaby survey project.  The workshop included an overview camera trapping as well as of eMammal with some discussions on how to manage camera trap data for indigenous ranger programs. Ranger coordinators and indigenous Rangers from 4 different programs attended the workshop and each participant got the opportunity to use the eMammal app and practice identifying species.  

In the half-day workshop we managed to make it through about one-third of our deployments.  Over the next few weeks the Rangers will continue to work on identifying the remaining sequences and hopefully we will have some very interesting photos to share soon!