|Article name||FIRST SCHOOL-SEMINAR ON CAMERA TRAPS IN EUROPEAN RUSSIA IN THE STATE NATURE RESERVE «BRYANSK FOREST»: GOALS, RESULTS, PROSPECTS|
Sergey S. Ogurtsov, Researcher of the Central Forest State Nature Biosphere Reserve; Russia (Russia, 172521, Tver region, Nelidovo district, Zapovednyi settlement); e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Ogurtsov S.S., Sitnikova E.F. 2019. First school-seminar on camera traps in European Russia in the State Nature Reserve «Bryansk Forest»: goals, results, prospects. Nature Conservation Research 4(4): 114–118. https://dx.doi.org/10.24189/ncr.2019.067
On 30 September – 4 October 2019, the First school-seminar on camera traps in European Russia was held in the «Bryansk Forest» State Nature Reserve (Russia). Thirty-five specialists from Protected Areas, institutes of RAS, universities, NGOs, and commercial firms participated. During the lectures, workshops, field lessons and discussions, various issues of using camera traps for wildlife conservation were discussed. They included different topics, from choosing the correct camera traps to statistical analysis of the data obtained. This workshop served as a starting point to create a Russian-speaking organised community of camera trap users for wildlife conservation.
Protected Area, remote method, training, workshop, ZapCamTrap2019
Received: 22.10.2019. Revised: 25.10.2019. Accepted: 27.10.2019.
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