article / 28 July 2023

Day Five of the #Tech4Wildlife Photo Challenge

It's Day Five of the #Tech4Wildlife Photo Challenge! Let's see how you're using conservation tech with highlights from our conservation tech community so far.  

That's a wrap on our eighth annual #Tech4Wildlife Photo Challenge

All this week, you've shared your conservation tech projects with us on Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn, and it has been a privilege to see the innovative spirit, ingenuity, and dedication of this community. Over the course of five days, we saw every conceivable type of technology in action, from AI, camera traps, and GPS collars to data analytics software, drones, sensors, and much more! 

The goal of our #Tech4Wildlife Photo Challenge is to celebrate our community and all the outstanding work you do - but just as importantly, our annual photo challenge is a chance to show the world why conservation technology matters, and how it can transform the way we protect our natural world. This year's challenge wrapped on World Nature Conservation Day, and we're proud that our community can so clearly demonstrate how technology is transforming this field for the better. 

For other conservation tech users and makers, the challenge is an opportunity to see what's happening throughout other corners of the field and discover new projects and possibilities. But for many others outside of our community, our photo challenge may reveal to them to conservation technology's wide-reaching impacts for the first time. The stories shared by our community this year have been exceptional in scope and in the impact which they demonstrate, and we can't wait to help those stories reach even more people around the world as this challenge ends and we begin looking forward to showcasing your projects in new ways, and for wider audiences.

Below, you'll find highlights from Day 5 of our #Tech4Wildlife Photo Challenge. And stay tuned to WILDLABS for information on how you can vote for our first-ever Community Choice Award, and to see our top honorees for 2023!

Here are today's Twitter highlights:

Here are today's Instagram highlights:

And here are a couple of the latest posts from LinkedIn:

Thank you to everyone who participated in our #Tech4Wildlife Photo Challenge this year! Stay tuned for our Community Choice Awards and our Top Honorees list, soon to be shared right here on WILDLABS.

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