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Camera Trapping Workshop 

Camera Trapping WorkshopCamera trapping is a non-invasive field technique which allows the researcher to gain an insight into the hidden world of wild animals in some of the most challenging environments in the world.

This one day workshop covers how to set up a systematic camera trapping survey in the field and examines the wide range of behavioural, ecological and conservation studies for which camera trapping provides a useful tool.

The course is suitable for students and researchers looking to gain an insight into the practicalities and possibilities of this research methodology. 

For further information and future dates please contact Geography Outdoors.

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