Camera Traps

"Y" is for Yellow-Billed Hornbill

Close to the end of the alphabet now, and we come to the Yellow-Billed Hornbill.   One … Read more »

"W" is for Warthog

Given their remarkable popularity with nearly all of our visitors, W could really only be for… Warthog! … Read more »

"U" is for Unknown

CCF has carried out a number of camera trapping surveys, and also maintains a network of cameras … Read more »

"T" is for Termite!

CCF has carried out a number of camera trapping surveys, and also maintains a network of cameras … Read more »

"S" is for Serval

CCF has carried out a number of camera trapping surveys, and also maintains a network of cameras … Read more »

"R" is for Red Hartebeest!

CCF has carried out a number of camera trapping surveys, and also maintains a network of cameras … Read more »

"Q" is for Quelea

CCF has carried out a number of camera trapping surveys, and also maintains a network of cameras … Read more »

"P" is for Porcupine

CCF has carried out a number of camera trapping surveys, and also maintains a network of cameras … Read more »

"O" is for Oryx

CCF has carried out a number of camera trapping surveys, and also maintains a network of cameras … Read more »

Volunteer Blog: Andrea Pieroni

Today we present a guest blog entry from one of our Earthwatch Volunteers, Andrea Pieroni. Enjoy! My … Read more »