It is really very surprise when we see these photographs with infrared trail camera.I don’t mind to share my joy, please see below：
September in Afghanistan photograph,a red fox opens wide in front of a infrared trail camera.This animal is very common in North America.Afghan Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock Department undersecretary Ghazni Gholiany Said in a statement,photographed a leopard and a fox, etc in the predators at the top of the food chain is telling conservationists,the local predators can find enough prey to survive.He said,”It also means thar can still feed big horn sheep ranch, Oriental and other animals argali (or ovis ammon).Not to the wild animals in this area or residents, it is a positive phenomenon.The local residents to make a living on the grass and grazing cattle.”
2.The curious wildcat
In August, a wildcat was curiously staring infrared trail camera.This animal is a distant cousin of the cat.In recent years, Afghanistan several times action, protect the wildlife Content,including establish Afghanistan’s first national park Band-e Amir in 2009.At the same time,Band-e Amir is also the only national park in Afghanistan.The national park by the local Villagers and government management,Summer tour of the park created jobs, also brings revenue for local communities.
Infrared trail camera photographed a stone marten in September.The animals are members of the weasel family.Wildlife conservation society, said for remote areas, infrared trail camera is a very practical tool for the research.It can provide important data, the researchers can be together data splicing, assessment is difficult to find The number of animals.
Infrared trail camera to shoot a photo in October，Two poachers are chasing a bighorn tal sheep.Not long ago,this bighorn tal sheep was shot photo with a trail camera.The wildlife conservation society protection program, head of Asia Peter Zaholle said in a statement,illegal poaching is still a very real threat.He said: “These photos make us feel excited, let us see the hope of protection of local wildlife, but we also worried, because the infrared trail camera also captured the local shoulder A gun poachers. ”