ADV - Camera trap history and techniques
Dayton, MN 55369
Offal Wildlife Watching
Remote cameras are increasingly being used for research to observe wildlife behavior, estimate populations, and find rare species. We will talk about the history of camera trapping, different settings, and different techniques used for different research questions. We will also take a short hike around the Elm Creek trails to look at different camera sets and talk about current research taking advantage of this tool including the Offal Wildlife Watching project. We will also have a unique opportunity to watch a gut pile live through a spotting scope.
Part indoor classroom and part outdoor classroom. Dress for the day's weather conditions.
The course cost is $25 and includes course manuals and supplies.
Meeting from 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. on:
- Saturday, November 4, 2023
Amy received a BA in Elementary Education from the College of St. Scholastica and a MEd in Environmental Leadership and Learning from the University of MN. She has worked for cooperative extension for 30+ years in various positions, but has always tied her work to the environment. Amy has been a part of the Minnesota Master Naturalist program since it's beginnings in 2005. She is a native Minnesotan, from the Duluth area. She has always loved the outdoors and enjoys sharing her love and knowledge with others.
Eastman Nature Center
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