TrailGuards are deployable in a wide variety of habitats and have served diverse wildlife protection needs in Africa, Russia, South America, and more...


The collection and analysis of data on poaching activities can reveal game-changing insights into how to deploy resources more effectively.


Random patrols become timely, targeted responses to hotspot areas when needed most.


By creating transparency in poaching activities and responses, TrailGuards helps ensure enforcement of anti-poaching measures is occurring.

We Will Be Watching.

Can you see the TrailGuards? Neither can poachers.
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Wildland Security is an organization that promotes wildlife conservation through its TrailGuards technology and services, a surveillance system that protects animals by alerting wildlife park rangers to poaching activity.

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Timing is Everything. Extinction is Forever. We Must Act Now.

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Fewer than 3,000 tigers exist in the wild today, compared to an estimated 100,000 only 100 years ago.
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Chimpanzee are expected to decrease in population by 50% from 1970 to 2030 and are considered endangered.
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The African Elephant is endangered and it is estimated that approximately 4,000 African Elephants are slaughtered each year for their ivory.
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Rhino poaching in Africa is at a 15 year high due to high demand for horns on the black market.
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Six of the seven species of marine turtles are listed as endangered or critically endangered.
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The Sumatran orangutan is listed as critically endangered. Between 1994 and 2008, it is estimated the population has decreased almost 50%.