Within the framework of the activities foreseen in the European academic exchange program ERASMUS+ KA 171, the University of Prishtina, Faculty of Agriculture and Veterinary, had the pleasure to host director and Professor, Dr. Miklos Heltai, of the Institute for Wildlife Management and Nature Conservation, Department of Biology and Wildlife Management in Godollo, Hungary. The working group led by Prof. Miklos Heltai, Prof. Asst. Blerta Mehmedi Kastrati, and PhD candidate Miranda Imeri successfully implemented a non-invasive method for wildlife research, using camera traps to monitor and record species in certain habitats. We would like to thank wildlife photographer Arian Mavriqi for being part of the team.(kliko).