Camera project gives never-before view into animal life

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Camera project gives never-before view into animal life Updated: 6:32 PM EDT Jun 17, 2021 Hide Transcript Show Transcript REPORTER; FROM BUSY BEAVERS TO SNAPPING TURTLES AND COYOTES, WILDLIFE CAMERAS NOW GIVING A GLIMPSE INTO THE NATURAL WORLD THAT OFTEN GOES UNSEEN. TUFTS UNIVERSITY RESEARCHER, CHRIS WHITTI. >> ONE OF […]

Camera project gives never-before view into animal life



REPORTER; FROM BUSY BEAVERS TO SNAPPING TURTLES AND COYOTES, WILDLIFE CAMERAS NOW GIVING A GLIMPSE INTO THE NATURAL WORLD THAT OFTEN GOES UNSEEN. TUFTS UNIVERSITY RESEARCHER, CHRIS WHITTI. >> ONE OF THE MOST INTERESTING THINGS IS THE DIVERSITY OF ANIMALS THAT WE HAVE ON THIS CAUSMP. REPORTER: FOR THE PAST FEW YEARS HE’S USED ROUGHLY 30 WILDLIFE CAMERAS ON THE GRAFTON CAMPUS AS A TRAINING TOOL. BUT THEN IN 2019 PUTTING THE IMAGES TO WIR USE.DE JOINING A NATIONAL PROJECT CALLED SNAPST A.HO THE PROJECT TAKES IMAGES FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY, L AL STATES, COMPILING THEM INTO LIMITLESS DATA FOR RESEARCHE. THEY HOPE TO TRACK POPULATION TRENDS AND ANIMAL DISTRIBUTI. >> IMAGES FROM ACROSS THE WHOLE COUNTRY AND REALLY GET A SENSE WHATS GOING ON WITH MAMMSAL ACROSS THE WLEHO COUNTRY. ITS BECOME A REALLY IMPORTANT TOOL FOR TRYING TO MONITOR REALLY SCARCE AND ENDANGERED WILIFELD REPORTER: BUT IT’S ALSO A WAY FOR THE WIDER PUBLIC TO LEARN WHAT REALLY IN THEIR OWN BACKYARDS. LIKE BEAVERS CONSTRUCTING A HUGE DAM, WITHOUT ANYONE KNOWING. JUST ONE EXAMPLE OF WHAT GOES ON IN OUR OWN BACKYAR. >> IN THE PAST 5 YEARS IVE SEEN ONE BOBCAT WITH MY OWN EYES DURING THE DAY. BUT I SEE THEM IN MY YARD CAUGHT ON CAMERA TRAPS, COUPLE TIMES A MOH.NT MY GENALER HOPE IS THAT PEOPLE USING CAMERAS CAN HAVE BETTER APPRECIATION FOR ALL THE GREAT ANIMALS THAT WE SHARE THE WORLD WITH REPORTER: AND THE SNAPSHOT USA PROJECT IS ALWAYS LOOKING FOR MORE CAMERAS. EVEN THE GENERAL PUBLIC CAN SIGN

Camera project gives never-before view into animal life

From busy beavers, to snapping turtles and wandering coyotes, wildlife cameras are now giving a glimpse into the natural world that often goes unseen.

From busy beavers, to snapping turtles and wandering coyotes, wildlife cameras are now giving a glimpse into the natural world that often goes unseen.

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