A phone app designed to combat poaching has been labelled a success after it was used to report more than 60 incidents in the first three months of its release.
Project Poacher was created by 15-year-old Aaron Christiansen from Cheshire with support from the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC).
Project Poacher guides users through creating a report of poaching activity, provides accurate GPS location tags, and provides information about poaching legislation.
Aaron said: “I am really happy that people have found a use for this app. A lot of people put an awful lot of work into this project. It’s great to see that so many people like what has been done.”
To download the app for free, go to www.projectpoacher.com