Jaguar monitoring program
Thus, the data generated allows us to estimate the number of jaguars, their sex, their areas of movement, as well as to observe little/undocumented behaviors, the abundance of prey, or even to discover new species. These data are shared with the Ministry of the Environment, the biologists and the researchers concerned.
How it works
Exploration of remote areas and selection of strategic locations, ensuring the absence of poachers or gold diggers.
Preparation of the site, installation of the camera trap, generally fixed to a tree and oriented on a wildlife crossing point.
Recording and analysis of images, changing of batteries and memory cards.