Using Remote-Sensing Cameras in Wildlife Management
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Aug 27, 2009 12:00 pm US/Eastern
Length: 01:00 (hh:mm)
- Billy Higginbotham
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Professor and Wildlife & Fisheries Specialist, Texas AgriLife Extension Service
12:00 noon to 1:00 PM (Central)
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM (Eastern)
One of the best advances in technology for hunters and wildlife managers is the remote-sensing camera. Historically, these cameras have primarily been used to "photo capture" numerous species of wildlife along game trails, food plots and feeding stations. However, they also can be extremely useful management tools for estimating population size, fawn crop and sex ratios of white-tailed deer, monitor non-target species occurrence and use of food supplies and even help landowners formulate a battle plan in the continuing war on feral hogs! Join us to learn how to put your camera to work to do more than simply scout your wildlife!
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