Camera traps are essential for data collection in conservation. A camera trap can be set up in selected areas to silently record passing animals. This equipment helps identify animal territories, inform rangers of wounded animals, and detect poachers. Information can be recorded day or night and often in hard to access places with minimal disturbance. In addition, a network of cameras can help determine population estimates and preferred prey and diet by identifying the presence and absence of predators. New uses for these cameras trapping and they remain a vital resource for scientific research projects.
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