In sorting through our new camera trap data from Bluff Mountain, we found a Northern Raccoon chasing up a tree to go after its prey. With a familiar black mask […]
Excuse our looks as we begin the new 2017 field season. We will be posting shortly!!
By Sally Bowers This past season our Okaloosa SCIENCE volunteers have been hard at work deploying and retrieving cameras in the Florida panhandle! For those of you who do not […]
By Arielle Parsons Do you try and live a sustainable lifestyle? Do you like to welcome wildlife to your yard? Some of the things that make your lifestyle more sustainable […]
By Stephanie Schuttler The Students Discover project partners researchers from the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences and Kenan fellow teachers across the state in an unique collaboration to scale […]
By Arielle Parsons Spring is here and camera trapping continues around the Triangle. Since last spring, we’ve had 141 volunteers run cameras in more than 250 sites. By far the […]
By Megan Baker We are so excited to be working with the volunteers on the Okaloosa S.C.I.E.N.C.E. eMammal project. This blog is intended to be a source of infomation for […]