Bush Heritage Australia uses camera trapping to monitor trends in animal activity, determine how effective our management interventions are, and for scientific research purposes. A detailed tutorial is available to assist you with the identification of the key species that we are interested in.
Before uploading the images onto DigiVol, we run them through an AI process which removes most of the false triggers caused by non-animal movements such as branches blowing in the wind. In this expedition we have also cropped the images to each AI-generated animal detection. Note that if the cropped image is very small, it may be over-stretched to fit the viewing window and appear a bit pixelated. It may be necessary to zoom out slightly to make the image clearer. Please only count 1 animal per image in this expedition.
We value and appreciate your contribution of time and effort in helping us to process this large volume of camera data. Thank you.