To commence our non-invasive research we require a starter package of 20 camera traps to monitor tracks entering and exiting any given sample area. The boundary of this area will be observed by human surveyors from dawn to dusk. Camera traps offer colour images during daylight hours and black and white photographs in low level light conditions. Flash lighting is not used as this would not only scare the animals but lead and promote abnormal behaviour. Each surveyor has access to binoculars, camera, hide and hand held GPS to plot coordinates of sightings. Data is then uploaded to the main database daily. Once the designated period of surveillance has been completed, all data is then analysed and results published annually.