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Video: A Year in the Life of a Trail Camera

The Caribou Program has mounted about 50 trail cameras on seismic lines in west-central Alberta to monitor how wildlife are using these features. The trail cameras are programmed to take pictures every day at noon, plus whenever they detect movement. The data adds to our understanding of how linear features on the landscape are affecting species like caribou, and it is essential for suggesting which linear features are priorities for restoration.

Find out more about this project here.


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