About Us

What is MammalMAP?

The aim of MammalMAP is to update the distribution records of all African mammal species. Through collaborations with professional scientists, conservation organisations, wildlife authorities and citizen scientists across Africa, we consolidate all reliable and identifiable evidence (camera trap records, photographs) of current mammal locations into an open-access digital database. The database software automatically generates online distribution maps of all recorded species which are instantly visible and searchable. The information consolidated within MammalMAP will not only yield crucial information for species conservation policies and landscape conservation policies, but provides an excellent platform for educating the public about African mammals and their conservation challenges.

 
Cape Leopard Trust
A camera-trap photo of a leopard at Cederberg


MammalMAP On Air

Radio Sonder Grense - 2 September 2012 (Afrikaans interview)

SAFM Enviro Show - 30 August 2012

702 Talk Radio/Cape Talk - 13 May 2012