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Camera trap set-up
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Get the latest from the ZSL open access journal, Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation. Here, Tim Hofmeester presents a recent paper about...

Infrared triggered camera trap image 1
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Camera traps are a useful tool for detecting wildlife, but it is important to have a sound understanding of how they operate. A recent paper,...

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New camera trap technology reveals new insight into animal movement

Forset loss map
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Patterns of twenty-first century forest loss across a global network of important sites for biodiversity.

Is waveform worth it?
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What is waveform LiDAR and how can it contribute to ecological research?

Camera trap image of a hare
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Anthony Caravaggi describes new research that uses camera traps to explore the displacement of endemic Irish hares by introduced European hares....

Remote Sensing and Biodiversity Conservation conference

Find out more about our scientific event that will bring together leading experts in biodiversity monitoring and satellite remote sensing.

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Brian O’Connor explores how Earth observation, such as satellite imagery, can support biodiversity monitoring.

Camels in the oryx release area
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New research detects artificial water points from space, which could support the reintroduction of species to the Sahara such as the Scimitar-...

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Careers at ZSL

Our people are our greatest asset and we realise our vision for a world where wildlife thrives through their ideas, skills and passion. An inspired, informed and empowered community of people work, study and volunteer together at ZSL.

Nature at the heart of global decision making

At ZSL, a key area of our work is the employment of Nature-based Solutions – an approach which both adapt to and mitigates the impacts of climate change. These Solutions, which include habitat protection and restoration, are low-cost yet high-impact, and provide multiple benefits to people and wildlife. We ensure that biodiversity recovery is at the heart of nature-based solutions. 

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Wild About

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Asia Conservation Programme

ZSL works across Asia, from the famous national parks of Nepal to marine protected areas in the Philippines. Read the latest updates on our conservation.

Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation

An Open Access journal for research at the interface of remote sensing, ecology and conservation.