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Pathways: Wildlife Corridors of NM

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To gather wildlife corridor data using camera traps and wildlife track and sign identification. We train volunteers in the use of the cameras, scouting locations, and veting the photos. We also train volunteers in the skill of wildlife track and sign identification, and how to record that information as scientifically valid data.
Project Date: 
Sunday, February 5, 2017
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We are monitoring wildlife corridors in central New Mexico to validate the existence of and movement patterns of large mammals such as Mule Deer, Pronghorn, Rocky Mt. Elk, Black Bear, Cougar and Bobcat. Our current focus is the transition habitat between the Sandia and Sangre de Cristo and Jemez Mountain ranges. This includes the Galisteo Basin and Rio Grande corridor. 

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Observation Summary

This is a summary of animal observation across all locations and positions.

Animal Image Count Animal Count
1 Black Bear 1 1
2 Bobcat 2 2
3 Coyote 3 3
4 Gray Fox 1 1
5 Mountain Lion 1 1
6 Raccoon 1 1