Camera trapping to observe undisturbed behavior

Digital documentation of otters in the wild allows us monitor populations, determine group size and group composition, observe family interaction and unseen behavior.

It helps us understand them better. We get to know how different species use same habitat, co-existence between humans, otters and other animals.



Asian Small-clawed Otter videos



Smooth-coated Otter videos

Recording signs for continuous monitoring

Mapping of GPS location of signs, keeping tracks of animal movement paths. We keep a GPS track of each sign we location.

This is very important in monitoring otter populations and ensuring favorable otter conservation status.



Asian Small-clawed otter signs



Smooth-coated otter signs

Using media for outreach and awareness