Category: Wildlife

Camera traps serve a myriad of functions that help wildlife conservationists. They have come a long way from using tripwires and hand-operated remotes. Much of the technological development ironically stems from recreational hunters in the northern hemisphere, the cameras are now widely used to study endangered mammals and birds. Most units are automated, taking auto-focused […]

Our Wildlife Camera Trap Initiative | Cardamom Tented Camp

In the beginning of June 2018, we had the pleasure of hosting Sam Veasna Center for Wildlife Conservation at Cardamom Tented Camp. The organization provides ethical bird watching and wildlife tours in Cambodia.  Below you will find their report and an extensive list of all the 55 species recorded over their four-day stay. For more [...]

Bird Watching Report by Sam Veasna Center