BATU KAPAL CAMERA TRAP AND WILDLIFE MONITORING program is run as part of our Batu Kapal Conservation Program. We regularly monitor the precious animals that occur in the fragile ecosystem of Batu Kapal Biolink. This will help us answer important questions like: What animals live here? How many are there? Where do they go? What do they eat? Where do they sleep? Are they breeding successfully? Are populations declining or increasing?
Remote sensing camera traps are critical to the success of our Camera Trap and Wildlife Monitoring Program. Camera traps are a great tool to try and capture photos or videos of nocturnal wildlife. The camera traps allow us to capture evidence of species such as porcupine, civet cat, slow loris, sun bear, tiger, bats and many more!
Our rangers and volunteers go on daily foot patrols to monitor wildlife. The aims of these foot patrols are to:
Donating to buy a camera trap will enable us to collect important monitoring data on the animals that live in the fragile Wildlife Biolink at Batu Kapal.
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