Selected Research Projects

People love watching wildlife and taking pictures of them. Increasingly, people are buying remote wildlife cameras and getting photographs of wildlife in nature. The Wildlife Observer Network is a novel online tool for wildlife camera users at any scale to archive, manage, and show-off their wildlife camera data. From complex research projects to backyard cameras, this system is designed to support them all. Check out our dozen or so international projects, then start your own.
This project involved a combination of GPS-collaring deer, wildlife cameras, infrastructure characterization, and opportunistic tracking.
This web-based system for volunteer reporting of roadkill is the largest system of its kind in the world and so far has >25,000 roadkill observations. There is a similar system for Maine.
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