Conservationists have identified some prime habitat where a multitude of rare wildlife may thrive, and need to get in there with camera traps to scope it out and see where to focus their efforts. This area (in southeast Asia) offers a bit of hope from amidst a larger ecosystem that has been ravaged by extensive snaring for ... pretty much anything that moves. The animals are then sold for bushmeat or restaurant trade, or for traditional medicine. These snares take (whether their kill is ever retrieved or not) everything from wild cattle to monkeys and rabbits and pheasant. This area is in the heart of one of the richest regions of Southeast Asia in terms of biodiversity, with many endemic (found nowhere else) species... but it has also been poached to the point of desperation, despite thick jungle. If you can help the conservationists towards their shortfall ($41K), in whatever amount you can chip in, know that you are working to save one of the most rare and special pockets of biodiversity on the planet. The conservationists are part of the Saola Working Group, with the fundraising done through the wonderful and efficient help of the Wildlife Conservation Network.