James borrell is a conservation scientist and science communicator, with a particular interest in how species adapt to changing climate.

Camera Trap Images From Finnish Lapland

I’ve just got back from a great couple of weeks working at Kevo Subarctic Research Station in the far North of Lapland. I was mainly studying plants, but couldn’t help packing a camera trap on the off chance of catching something exciting.

Here’s the results…

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(…and of course we had to check the camera was working)

Alas, no bears or wolves, but some lovely close-ups of reindeer.

P.S. For something a little more exotic, here’s what our cameras caught in Oman.

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