Mood swings in camera traps?

Assessing detection sensitivity in Bardyia National Park.

Since early summer of 2019, a network of 50 camera traps has been installed in the western region of Bardyia National Park. Similar to comparable investigations in natural areas across the world, the cameras are placed in regular grid, 1.5 km apart. Through the camera network, all large wildlife is monitored continuously. Until now, more than 10,000 detections of species ranging from deer to elephant, and from otter to tiger have been collected.

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