Counting giraffes at waterholes: which method to choose?
If you have been reading previous blogs, I am sure that by now, you are familiar with the fact that ecologists like to count things,...
The nature of Ongava’s terrain and vegetation led to camera trapping becoming an important source of wildlife information, for research and management purposes. Since 2009, ORC has keyworded and stored well over 6 500 000 wildlife images, predominantly from the reserve’s permanent artificial water holes.
We invite researchers to analyse and use these images and their associated meta-data for their own studies.
If you are interested to use this resource, simply email us providing details of your project.
Ongava Game Reserve
Ongoing since 2009