Hartley and Student Monitoring Denver Area Wildlife

Published: May 30, 2017

Associate Professor of Integrative Biology, Laurel HartleyIn recent months, field cameras set up by Integrative Biology Graduate Student Sarah St. Onge (in collaboration with the Urban Wildlife Information Network) have captured over 2,000 images of wildlife across the metro Denver area. "The main things we found were coyote, red fox, raccoons, mule deer and lots of squirrels," said Laurel Hartley, Associate Professor of Integrative Biology and St. Onge's Advisor. "I'm guessing at some point we might see black bear and mountain lions."

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