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Subject: Calling all camera trappers

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of WWF-UK, I'm currently reaching out to camera-trappers far and wide to gather information on a) user experiences of different camera trap models, and b) key limitations of current camera traps. If you've used camera traps and have a spare 10 minutes at some point over the next few weeks, I would be really keen to hear your experiences and opinions here: http://goo.gl/forms/iAMnGgft6eujpNea2

It would be greatly appreciated if you could also share this with any colleagues of yours that have used camera traps. We're currently at 180 responses and really want to hit 200!

The information collected will feed into camera-trapping best-practice guidelines, aimed at conservation practitioners on the ground (who may be short of time and specific camera-trapping expertise). The guidelines report, including an interactive online version, will be freely-available to all.

Thanks very much for your time, and do let me know if you have any questions.

Best wishes

Ollie

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Oliver R. Wearn, Ph. D.

Consultant for WWF-UK - Conservation Technologies

Visiting Researcher, Institute of Zoology

e: oliver.wearn@gmail.com

a: Institute of Zoology, Regent's Park, London, NW1 4RY, UK

tel: 00 44 (0) 7866 720595

skype: ollie.wearn

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twitter: @olliewearn

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Paul Glover-Kapfer <pgloverkapfer@wwf.org.uk>
Monday, September 26, 2016

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