Recent Blog Posts

We Need Your Help!
Posted by Monica Lasky on June 29, 2018

 

We need to know what animals are found in the “data deserts” of North Carolina. Our volunteers have done a fantastic job running over a thousand wildlife cameras and capturing over 47,000 photos of wildlife, but we still need your...

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Springing into Summer
Posted by Megan Blance on June 18, 2018

An end to the school year brings the end of Eyes on Wildlife’s first spring semester, but definitely not the last!

Since starting in January of 2018, we have trained 18 local middle and...

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Our First Deployments!
Posted by Megan Blance on May 1, 2018

Spring is finally arriving in Front Royal and now we’re starting to see our first deployments from teachers in Warren and Rappahannock Counties.  With our camera traps, students have seen what local wildlife are up to...

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Sleeping Away Winter: The American Black Bear
Posted by Megan Blance on April 10, 2018

Spring is on its way and that means winter hibernations are ending. One hibernating Virginia mammal we see on camera traps is the American Black Bear (Ursus americanus). They entered their dens around November and now...

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eMammal workshop with Western Kimberley indigenous rangers
Posted by Michael Wysong on February 26, 2018

On February 22, several indigenous ranger programs from the Western Kimberley came together learn about eMammal and to test out the eMammal app on photos from the Spectacled Hare-Wallaby survey project.  The workshop included an overview camera...

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