Wildlife monitoring and habitat assessment techniques

What is the species diversity and abundance in a given area? What are their habitat requirements and do they only occur in protected area or rather outside? Those are the first questions of wildlife managers to be answered and analysed before any decision is taken. We provide the answers, using the best possible technologies, from camera-traps to drones and applying the advanced modelling approach to increase our understanding of natural processes.

  • We use camera-traps to monitor leopards, small mammals and other wildlife in Southern Namibia
  • We use cameras to explore the social behaviour of endangered gazelles in Almería, Spain
  • We develop and test techniques for detecting large ungulates in the Middle East – in the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve,  and in Africa using UAV acquired imagery analysis

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