How you can help

citizen science
noun
          1. the collection and analysis of data relating to the natural world by members of the general public, typically as part of a collaborative project with professional scientists.

 

We will never ask for money but it is what we are relying on for this project to take off and grow. Currently, we are funding this from our own pockets and this is where you can help.

We believe that the public would like to know how their money is directly affecting the conservation efforts that they so  kindly are donating to so this is what we have decided….

If you are inspired by our project, you could buy a camera trap for us. This trap then will be named by you, your name will be credited when we collect the data (we will publish the interesting pictures on our website and over social media). We will also send you highlights from the data that your personal trap has collected so you can see exactly how you have contributed to our work. As we collate the information and map what species we are seeing and where we are seeing them, we will keep you up to date at regular intervals, tailored specifically to you and your data.

 

We believe that citizen science is the way to engage directly with our supporters so you can see exactly how your money is helping research this untouched area. If you feel that you may have some other skills that could benefit our project then please don’t hesitate to contact us. We cannot offer any financial support for any help we may receive however we can discuss how we can make any arrangement mutually beneficial.

 

We are quite happy for our supporters to follow our project without paying a penny but if you do wish to help us out, check out our contacts page and send us a message and we can discuss how you can potentially help.

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