Mounted motion-sending cameras on three of ACR's preserves--Modini Mayacamas, Bouverie and Martin Griffin--take photos of wildlife passing by. The photos provide a glimpse into the resident and migratory wildlife that call our preserves home.
Data from these cameras offer valuable insights to ACR science and education staff. Among them are trends in wildlife use and the opportunity for docents to talk with students about how we can share the land.
Take a peek!
For more information on ACR's motion-detection camera project on the Modini Mayacamas Preserves, read the full article in The Ardeid 2013.