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Curious sun bear inspects camera trap

Camera traps are used by our wildlife researchers to observe and study wildlife in their habitat with as little human interference as possible. They show us who and what is living in the area or passing by and how [...]

Mainland clouded leopard Neofelis nebulosa was captured by camera trap

Mainland clouded leopard Neofelis nebulosa is one of the most beautiful and elusive of all wild cat species. Partially arboreal they prey on a variety of species including monkeys. The Cardamom Rainforest Landscape supports one of the most important clouded [...]

Exciting Results from a Camera Trap Survey!

Last fall, Wildlife Alliance rangers set 40 camera traps in northern Botum Sakor National Park and eagerly waited to see the wildlife that would pass by over the next five months. All the cameras have now been collected and [...]

Rare Cat Species Spotted on Camera Trap Footage

For a country that is roughly a quarter of the size of Texas, Cambodia is home to an impressively high number of wild cat species.  Seven types of cats call Cambodia home, including the leopard, clouded leopard, Asiatic golden [...]

Camera Trap Captures Rare Footage of Elephant Herd in the Southern Cardamom Mountains

For the first time ever, a herd of wild elephants were caught on camera in the Southern Cardamoms of Cambodia. While elephant sightings by locals have been on the rise since 2012, this is the first time [...]

Monitoring tropical forest ungulates using camera-trap data

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Chi Phat Community involvement in Camera-traps surveys

Dr Thomas Gray Chi Phat - Camera-trap survey From February 26 to July 18, 2017, a total of 25 camera traps have been installed. The cameras used for the survey are Bushnell Trophy Camera- Model 119537. [...]

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