Photographic Wildlife Survey

is to

  • Provide Support to wildlife conservation efforts in natural wildlife habitats close to urban and/or agricultural areas,
  • Provide recommendations to ensure a future for a wide variety of wildlife and to maintain a healthy balance for our natural environment,
  • Raise awareness for British wildlife and the role it has in our natural system.

Providing Talks

Our photographer and project leader provides talks to schools as well as wildlife and other interest groups. These talks are about our project, different wildlife species and wildlife conservation.

Our Misson

What we do ....

Researching signs of wildlife Activity

Setting up trail cameras effectively requires some research. We are looking for any signs of paw prints, scratch marks, hairs, faeces and more.

Providing Support to Local Wildlife Conservation

Nature is based on a system, which provides us with land, water and air. These are the key elements that enable us to live. Through the continuously increasing human population and our ever increasing demands for space, there is less and less room for wildlife and plants, which are important in the process to regulate the natural environment.
Our project is aiming to find ways to provide wildlife (and plants) with the space they need in their natural habitat; rather than on neighbouring farms.

We are trying to find a balance between people enjoying natural areas and these areas being home to wildlife.

... and we would like to get you involved.

Maintaining trail cameras

Trail cameras need to be checked in order to ensure they are working correctly and that they are producing useful video footage.

Video footage is used to learn about wildlife species in the forest and any potential problems they are facing.

When we visit forests or other natural areas, we may not see it, but there are animals living in these areas.

And these wildlife species are playing an important part in the natural environment.