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Old Tuesday 20th January 2015, 11:32   #1
wildlifeservices
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Camera trapping in Poland

Hi,

If anyone fancies coming with me to camera trap for wolf, lynx, pine marten, wildcat, wild boar and deer (red and roe) in south-east Poland (on the border with Slovakia), I still have a couple of places left for our next trip from 4th to 11th February.

Camera traps available if you don't have one and very good chance of getting most of the above species.

There is also the opportunity to stay out to try to see wolf, wild boar, etc.

If you're interested, please click here for more information.

Warm Regards,

Martin.
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