Trap Camera in the Yasuni




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Published on Feb 6, 2013

Yasuni Trap Camera Project
Is a project to monitor the Wildlife in a remote area of the Yasuni, these remote area have very little human impact, we can learn more about the diversity and abundance and the effects of human presence.
Some of the best pictures after 2 years of work moving the first Camera donated by our friend Jeff Dolphin, and gave us our first camera and first images from the forest of Shiripuno.
Later Caroline Krumm gave another camera to the project another and it has produced most of the images that you are watching.

We still need more Cameras to continue with this project to Monitor the Wildlife, we need 30 ant they are going to be distributed: 10 Stationary, 10 Clay licks and 10 on Food Resources.

If you would like to Donate to the Yasuni Trap Camera Project, this is the cameras we need: http://www.bushnell.com/wildlife/trai...

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