Conservation volunteers get camera trapped!
Wildlife ACT received 60 cameras from Panthera for the Leopard Census that took place in Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, South Africa. These cameras operate in a very different manner to the Cuddeback cameras that we have used in the past, and have offered us a number of challenges during the last five weeks in the field.
Here are some photos taken by these cameras – showing the confusion and frustration of the Wildlife ACT conservation volunteers and monitors who have been dealing with these challenges.
Endangered Wildlife Monitor Antoine Marchal
Romy and Marumo
Conservation volunteer Violette
Joe and Richard
Marumo Nene and Sibylle