Every year the Pakke Tiger Reserve Forest Department holds a prize distribution ceremony for the best camera trap images and also gives prizes to the most sincere staff in the reserve. For this we team up with Conservation India to hold this public voting contest as a unique form of outreach to help motivate our staff on the ground. This year as well our team has compiled notable camera trap photographs where staff patrolled the forests and never left their camps empty. In this way, we will recognize, both, sincere camera trapping and patrolling efforts. Please help Pakke pick its best images!
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Please vote below for your favourite Pakke image (check one) from the slideshow:
- Entry 9: A Pregnant Tigress (21%, 69 Votes)
- Entry 1: Two Yellow-throated Martens (13%, 43 Votes)
- Entry 2: A Melanistic Leopard (13%, 42 Votes)
- Entry 4: 1st photographic record of Ferret Badger in Pakke (12%, 41 Votes)
- Entry 3: A Marbled Cat (10%, 33 Votes)
- Entry 6: An Elephant Family (8%, 27 Votes)
- Entry 8: A Common Leopard (8%, 25 Votes)
- Entry 7: Sambar with leaves (7%, 22 Votes)
- Entry 5: A Tusker (5%, 15 Votes)
- Entry 10: An Asian Black Bear Cub (4%, 13 Votes)
Total Voters: 330
Chosen as 'Picture of the Week'
Like in earlier years, in 2020, Pakke Tiger Reserve management will be giving away prizes to their frontline staff for the best camera trap images as well as patrolling efforts.