Jungle Camera Traps

We’re installing a networked camera trap system right through Costa Rica’s iconic Corcovado National Park.  When triggered, the cameras transmit their videos or images back to the Sirena station, keeping Rangers informed on both animal and people movements through this massive jungle, and in real time.  Installing cameras is easy.  Getting them to talk to the Rangers station 20 km away is more challenging.  We’re bringing two Technicians into Costa Rica specifically to work on this project, as we believe this technology, when combined with Acoustic traps, can be instrumental in reducing illegal activities in the jungle.  We’d be super grateful if you could make a donation to help us get these cameras up and running!

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