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Loggerheads Camera Traps

A camera trap or an armoured stormtrooper?!

First iWild camera traps go out!

A wet and cold weekend saw the first iWild camera traps go out on two sites in North Wales.

First up was Loggerheads Country Park – and although the morning started with heavy rain (and even some snow!), thankfully a break in the weather allowed participants to get out in the park and set up some camera traps.

The diverse range of habitats at Loggerheads means it’s very difficult to predict what will turn up, but we don’t have too long to wait with the camera trap collection day approaching on the 14th March. Everyone is welcome along – find out more here.

Next up was Gathering Grounds in Flintshire; a small woodland site tucked between housing developments. There were plenty of signs of particularly boisterous animals, but we don’t want to jinx it by revealing what the signs were…!

You can come along to the Gathering Grounds camera trap collection event on the 15th March – find out more here.

The next event will see camera traps going out at Nant Mill – and we need your help! All events are completely free and we hope to see you there.

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