This website provides an infrastructure for wildlife camera operators to manage their projects. Track where your cameras are in the field, upload wildlife photos and assign them to a geographic location, and assemble the data portrayed in the photos into one spot, making it easy to download for further analysis. Take a look around this website, as you should find all that you need, but don't hesitate to contact us if you have any additional questions.
News and Announcements
Join hundreds of other ecologists, transportation planners, engineers, wildlife biologists, etc. at the tenth biennial International Conference on Ecology and Transportation (ICOET) 2019. The conference will be held at he Hyatt Regency in Sacramento, betweem September 22 and 26, 2019. Go here for more information: https://icoet.net.
Thanks to everyone who participated in the January 31st and February 8th webinars. I have put the PDF version of the slides here: http://wildlifeobserver.net/resources/, where you can also find a link to the slide/audio recording from teh second webinar. For more detailed information, please also go to the Help page.
Join hundreds of fellow academic, agency, consultant and non-governmental organization scientists and practitioners in Salt Lkae City for ICOET 2017. Along with IENE, this conference is the best place to see what is going on in transportation ecology, from research to new policy directions from DC. Register at: http://www.icoet.net/ICOET_2017/index.asp.
The WONBA Group will meet on February 24, 2017, between 10 am and 2 pm at 1600 Los Gamos Dr., San Rafael. The meeting witll be co-hosted by Pepperwood Preserve and OneTam with participation by scientists from these two groups, the Road Ecology Center, and others. Please RSVP by February 17 to email@example.com.