Again, what perfect timing for an ask for photos, as we're in the middle of our annual #Tech4Wildlife photo challenge, and (unsurprisingly) we have had a whole lot of excellent camera trap photos posted!
@adityagangadharan took out top honours in last year's #tech4wildlife photo challenge with a photo story we've called, 'Elephants vs. Camera Traps'. Aditya, you've certainly got some cracking images that you might be willing to share?
@efegraus has accumlated over 2 million images with TEAM Network, as he outlines in his case study here - Eric, you must have couple that could help support some best practise guidelines?
@andy_manu_peru has some incredible images captured from cameras placed at the top of trees (check out his interview and some shots here) - he was also an honorable mention in last year's #tech4wildlife photo challenge. Andy, perhaps you could help Paul out?
#tech4wildlife honorable mention: @andy_manu_peru with his treetop camera traps in the Amazon with @creesfoundation https://t.co/CkY1Q0IxZl
— WILDLABS Community (@WILDLABSNET) March 2, 2017
@Stuart has been sharing some great #tech4wildlife images from the Conservation Leadership Partnership - Stu, do you guys have some images you could share to support these camera trapping guidelines?
Setting camera traps to research wild goats in Iraq. Enter the annual @WILDLABSNET photo challenge! https://t.co/hTQkBjBsC0 #tech4wildlife pic.twitter.com/2O6MkXd47G
— Conservation Leaders (@CLPawards) March 6, 2017