Young Elk with Attitude

Young Rocky Mountain elk investigate WPS cameras with their noses

One after another, young and curious Rocky Mountain elk use their tongues and noses to investigate WPS cameras on a windy day in late May in Rocky Mountain National Park, northern Colorado.  Once their curiosity is satisfied, they continue to graze past our cameras, fattening themselves on...

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Virtual Safaris: Tools for Teaching Conservation

Kids love animal stories, and first grade students at Edison Elementary School in Denver, Colorado are no exception. Last week Wildlife Protection Solutions (WPS) joined with Global Conservation Corps (GCC) to teach the children about wildlife conservation, and the kinds of animals the two organizations help protect...

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State-of-the-art Cameras Capture More Than Wildlife

Watching wildlife got a lot wilder when lions made off with a Wildlife Protection Solutions (WPS) 360-degree GoPro camera at Thornybush Game Reserve, a wildlife reserve adjacent to the world-renowned Kruger National Park in northeastern South Africa. The recovered footage gives immersive, up-close views of savanna grasslands,...

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