Join Cary Institute wildlife biologist Mike Fargione for a virtual tour of animals on our 2,000-acre research campus in New York’s Hudson Valley. Drawing from a network of trail cameras, Fargione will share insights into wildlife living in our forests, fields, and wetlands, among them: beavers, bears, bobcats, and more.
Through video clips and still images, we will see animal perseverance and ingenuity, and discover preferred animal crossings and unusual species interactions. Fargione will also discuss how wildlife cameras inform ecological research, tips on installing wildlife cameras on your property, and ways people can contribute to citizen science.
This is a virtual program. Questions can be submitted in advance at signup; there will also be time for live Q&A.