The Cape Leopard Trust - Using research as a tool for conservation & finding solutions to human-wildlife conflict

Sponsoring a camera trap

Camera Trap R3600
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The data we receive from our sponsored camera traps helps us to better understand the the ecology of leopards in our project areas. We have collected thousands of leopard photographs and tens of thousands of photographs of other animals. These data help with determining leopard densities, activity, habitat preferences as well as obtaining baseline data on other mammals occuring within their area.

These data also contribute to MammalMap, helping to map mammal distribution throughoutAfrica, an effort run by UCT and initiated by the Cape Leopard Trust.

A camera trap costs R3600 to sponsor per annum and will be used to gather further data in one of our study sites. We acknowledge each camera sponsorship by placing the sponsors name on the unit for a period of one year.

To see the list of current and previous camera trap sponsors, click here.

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