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Wildlife Camera Program

Conserving the Upper Reaches of the Watershed by Documenting Wildlife

Protecting wildlife corridors is a central goal of our Save the Source land acquisition program. As habitat spaces diminish, these corridors leverage different open spaces by allowing wildlife to freely move between larger tracts of land within the watershed and in neighboring watersheds.


We monitor wildlife movement using motion-activated wildlife cameras to capture images of the many different species that walk past our camera. We have a combination of different cameras and some even are able to send us photos by email!

We have formed a Facebook Group to share these photos.

Click on the Icon to see them

ADOPT a CAMERA $200 Per Year
Your funds will go toward the cost of cell service and or maintain one of the remote cameras. There are currently 5 cameras that can be adopted.

This is a very limited opportunity!
email or call us at 619-297-7380 to learn about available opportunities and donate

Thank you to our Current Camera Sponsors!
Clairemont Times
Everett and LaVerne Neumann (2!)

If we receive another sponsorship, we will be able to get our 5th camera online! This will support our efforts to document large mammal movement in the Upper San Diego River Watershed.

Special thanks to Chip Owens for all of his support and guidance on this program! Thanks Chip!

We have more information (plus adorable baby animals) on our blog!

Click the image below to learn more!

Go to Wildlife Camera Blog

Do you have questions about our wildlife cameras program? Contact Shannon, our River Ecosystem Manager, by email or by calling (619) 297-7380.


Interesting in volunteering on the camera team? You can be the first to see the photos we capture by volunteering to download and sort photos. Contact us for more information by email or by calling (619) 297-7380.



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