Wild Animal Phenotyping (WildAP) aims to fill a gap in the Finnish infrastructure landscape via providing coordinated state-of-the art wild animal phenotyping equipment, services, training and expertise to support wildlife research, conservation and management. WildAP aims to be a resource for researchers for the measurement of morphology, behaviour, physiology, communication and animal welfare.
Please see our services page for a list of the instruments and equipment we make available to researchers and the services we provide.
The WildAP infrastructure currently operates at the University of Helsinki Viikki campus and Lammi Biological Station.
The infrastructure has been funded for 2023-2025 through the Academy of Finland research infrastructures (FIRI) program with funding from the European Union.