Camera Trap Observations of Nonhabituated Critically Endangered Wild Blonde Capuchins, Sapajus flavius (Formerly Cebus flavius)

@article{Bezerra2014CameraTO,
  title={Camera Trap Observations of Nonhabituated Critically Endangered Wild Blonde Capuchins, Sapajus flavius (Formerly Cebus flavius)},
  author={Bruna Bezerra and Monique Bastos and Ant{\^o}nio da Silva Souto and Matthew P Keasey and Perri Eason and Nicola Schiel and Gareth Jones},
  journal={International Journal of Primatology},
  year={2014},
  volume={35},
  pages={895-907}
}
Habituation presents major challenges for the study of wild primates, particularly in areas where threats such as hunting pressure and increasing forest fragmentation exist. This study describes the use of ground camera trapping to investigate nonhabituated blonde capuchins. Capuchins are arboreal animals, but often use the ground when foraging. Thus, we hypothesized that a ground-baited camera trapping station would be an efficient method to document the presence of capuchins, and to collect… CONTINUE READING
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