The map indicates our previous activities carried out as part of research projects and inventories commissioned by the State Forests units, Provincial Veterinary Doctors and others. We are open for conducting research and activities throughout Poland.
1. R&D 1 – a drone project implemented between 2014-2018 in the Białowieża, Garwolin, Głogów Małopolski, Krotoszyn and Drawieński National Park Forest Districts; the total area of operations was 347 136.61 ha
2. R&D 2 – a drone and camera trapping project implemented between 2018-2021 in the Bierzwnik, Drawno, Głusko and Tuczno Forest Districts, as well as in the Drawieński National Park; the total area of operations was 138488.56 ha
3. Choczewo Forest District – drone project implemented in March 2021 in the Choczewo Forest District; with a total area of operations covering 39,354.82 ha
4. Cybinka Forest District – camera trapping project implemented in June 2021 in the Cybinka Forest District; the total area of operations was 36,641.73 ha
5. Iława District – camera trapping project carried out in February 2022 in the Iława district; the total area of operations was 138 516.85 ha
6. Celestynów Forest District– camera trapping project, as part of the large European project: Snapshot Europe 2021, carried out in April 2022 in the Celestynów Forest District; the total area of operations included 61,911.
7. Złocieniec Forest District – camera trapping project, implemented in April 2022 in the Złocieniec Forest District; the total area of operations was 38 787.82 ha
8. Drawsko Forest District– camera trapping project, implemented in May 2022 in the Drawsko Forest District with the total area of operations being 45 371.51 ha
9. Lutówko Forest District - camera trapping project, implemented in May 2022 in the Lutówko Forest District; the total area of operations was 38947.97 ha
The total area in which we have carried out our inventories and monitoring so far is 873,621.35 ha
We are not afraid of challenges and carry out inventories in both smaller areas (e.g. forest districts) and areas of larger local government units.
The camera-traps used in the project turned out to be an excellent tool for obtaining a wealth of information about the characteristics of the monitored animal populations and with time became a separate method of determining their density, sex and age structure in the studied areas.