Keeping Track of the Environment

Our vision is to promote the development of a worldwide environmental monitoring network. We encourage CyberTracker users to communicate with others about their projects. We welcome a short description of your project with photographs and contact details sent to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

First CyberTracker Project in Karoo National Park

The first prototype of the CyberTracker Field Computer was tested by two trackers, Karel Benadie and James Minye, from September 1996 in the Karoo National Park, South Africa. Karel Benadie (photo) was the first tracker to use the CyberTracker and played an integral role in the design of the user interface.

Kruger National Park

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The Kruger National Park, the largest national park in South Africa, is using 125 CyberTracker units to collect more than a million records a year. CyberTracker monitoring plays a crucial role in the Strategic Adaptive Management framework of the Park.

Doñana Biological Station, Spain

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The Doñana Monitoring Team of Natural Processes from Doñana Biological Station is co-responsible of the integrated long-term ecological monitoring of Doñana Natural Space since 2002. One of the major achievements has been the widespread use of CyberTracker software for data collection by monitoring staff in the field.

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Wildlife Monitoring in Mongolia

Wildlife monitoring with CyberTracker in B-Sector of the Great Gobi Specially Protected Area in south-western Mongolia. A digital wildlife monitoring protocol based on line transect sampling.

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