The Camera Trap Stakeout Project

By surveying mammal biodiversity in and around school yards using camera traps, students will discover how mammals have adapted to and are living in human-modified landscapes. Preliminary research shows that developed areas can be good habitat for mammals. Students will assess habitats around their schools and analyze data on mammalian activity patterns, use of different habitats, and seasonal effects, including school-use patterns, on mammals.

Authors: Kelsie Armentrout, Dave Glenn and Dayson Pasion, 2014-15 Students Discover Kenan Fellows

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