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CyberTracker Conservation is a non-profit Public Benefit Organisation that promotes the vision of a worldwide environmental monitoring network. Since 1997 CyberTracker has developed and distributed free software for smart phones and PDAs for data gathering and visualisation. We also provide Tracker Certification to improve observer reliability. CyberTracker is based in Cape Town, South Africa.



Louis Liebenberg

Co-Founder and Executive Director of CyberTracker, is a tracker and the author of several books and scientific papers on the art of tracking, an Associate of Human Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University and a Laureate of the 1998 Rolex Awards for Enterprise.

Justin Steventon

Co-Founder and Lead Software Developer for CyberTracker since 1997, works as a Principle Development Lead at Microsoft.



Edward O. Wilson, Harvard University

CyberTracker Conservation NPC

Reg. No. 2000/016138/08

A Public Benefit Organisation PBO Reference No. 18/11/13/857

Board of Directors

Fotini Babaletakis (Chairperson), Louis Liebenberg (Executive Director),

Phil Biden, and Juan Pinto, South African citizens. 

Executive Director

Louis Liebenberg

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P.O. Box 1211, Noordhoek, Cape Town, 7985, South Africa

Software Development

System Design: Justin Steventon, Louis Liebenberg, Mark Derbecker, Vikram Bapat and Dylan G. Miles
Programming: Justin Steventon and Dylan G. Miles

CyberTracker Evaluation Standards Committee

The CyberTracker Evaluation Standards Committee, responsible for maintaining tracker evaluation standards, consists of Louis Liebenberg, Wilson Masia, Juan Pinto, Adriaan Louw and Mark Elbroch.


Our Sponsors

We would like to thank our Current Sponsors:

The JRS Biodiversity Foundation for funding the upgrade of the CyberTracker software for Android Smartphones and Tablets.

The Hans Hoheisen Charitable Trust for funding the Development of Tracking Skills in South Africa.

We would like to thank Justin Steventon for ongoing voluntary technical support.



We would also like to acknowledge previous financial assistance of European Commission, ECOFAC, Conservation International (CI), Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and UNESCO.

The views expressed on this website are those of CyberTracker Conservation and can therefore in no way be taken to reflect the official opinion of donors or sponsors.

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