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Camera Traps

Field Update

Camera traps are automatic cameras that allow animals to take their own selfies. They are used for conservation and are amazing tools to monitor wildlife activities because they don’t disturb wildlife. The last quarter of 2021, Kalaweit’s camera traps revealed a few interesting species on the reserve such as: Sunbear (Vulnerable IUCN,) Clouded leopard (Vulnerable IUCN,) Orangutan (critically endangered,) Bearded pig (Vulnerable IUCN,) Pigtailed macaques (Vulnerable IUCN,) Crested fireback pheasant (Vulnerable IUCN,) Porcupine (least concern, IUCN.)


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