Wildlife & habitat management

Ecological baseline data is gathered in the protected areas to guide management strategies and to protect and maintain key habitats and species. Aerial and terrestrial surveys are used to monitor habitat use, and key species populations. Regular wildlife counts give information on wildlife trends.   This information feeds into the land-use management plan of the Protected Area.

Monitoring wildlife through collaring animals, camera traps, and other tracking devices helps us in gathering information on animal’s behavior, habitat use and how we can better protect them.

Research in the fauna and flora of the protected area brings important data that gives an indication of the health of the ecosystem.