If you are a member of the NestWacht project you can classify images from all the next boxes using the Classify button above. To classify for a particular nest box, please tap on the subproject below.
A subproject of the MAMMALNET initiative, assessing the potential to expand citizen-led camera trapping to monitor mammals across France.
Britain is home to three native species of shrew: the common, pygmy and water shrews. Recently, however, the greater white-toothed shrew has been detected in northeast England. In light of this, we would like your help with monitoring shrews.
The University Mammal Challenge, or UMAC, is the Mammal Society’s annual competition that sees teams of up to 5 students recording the mammals on their campuses. There are a few rules to follow, and some set surveying methods, but we encourage students to gather as many records as possible using a variety of survey techniques. After all, it is a competition! There are prizes up for grabs, so you can contribute to UK mammal conservation whilst enjoying some friendly rivalry with other university campus teams!
Camera trap data can be uploaded and classified on MammalWeb in each teams own sub-project, but camera trapping is just one aspect of UMAC, to find out more information and to register your team visit the Mammal Society Website UMAC page
The Mid-Wales Red Squirrel Partnership uses camera traps across mid-Wales to monitor the population of native red squirrels. Most cameras are un-baited ground cameras, meaning we also see a lot of other species too!
The forests of the Ukrainian Carpathians hide some of Europe’s most diverse communities of large mammals. This project aims to support Gorgany Strict Nature Reserve in monitoring wildlife.
The forests of the Ukrainian Carpathians hide some of Europe’s most diverse communities of large mammals. This project aims to support Carpathian Biosphere Reserve National Nature Park in monitoring wildlife.