Trail cameras make it possible to observe game undisturbed, at any time of day and under the most diverse weather conditions. The placement and duration of a cameratrap can vary enormously, depending on the intended purpose, the type of wildlife camera, the environment, the animal you want to observe, etc. For example, determining where a buck is hiding in the forest requires a different camera set-up than determining the density of hares in the open field or recording and distinguishing an individual deer. But how do you proceed? Read the article below in the magazine De Jager.