In 2015 we will repeat the camera-trapping surveys across the Johor part of the Endau-Rompin landscape that we conducted in 2013 to see if populations have changed. Then we had cameras at 180 locations and found healthy populations of wildlife. Several of the photos showed breeding animals.
Monitoring of access points combined with anti-poaching patrols by five multi-agency teams started in 2013, deterring would-be or potential encroachers, removing snares and arresting poachers.
Patrols covered 11,700 km in 2013 and 12,500km of roads, trails and rivers in 2014.
Information about wildlife gleaned from the camera-traps at the access points also showed breeding population of wildlife.