WWF Colombia is working in partnership with local communities,to support a Jaguar conservation corridor in Guaviare, Colombia. This region has been identified as an important corridor for jaguars and as part of a longer range corridor that extends from Mexico to Argentina.
The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) is working with a local community in Taytay, Palawan, Philippines, to develop community-led camera trapping methods for endemic species using local ecological knowledge to target camera placement.
Founded in 2019 as the first nationwide mammal survey, the Snapshot project aims to capture the diversity of mammals across the United States to help inform conservation efforts. Now in the third year, Snapshot has expanded beyond the U.S. to hundreds of locations across Europe.