Below are the best photos of 2015 captured at Pineridge Natural Area, south of Hughes Stadium. We have captured a variety of animals from a skunk to a mountain lion! Enjoy the photos and keep a look our for more updates for the Camera Project!
We are super excited to have gotten our fourth ferret photo up at Soapstone this past week! Nice to see that nearly a year after their introduction to Soapstone Natural Area these little guys are alive and well.
The TWS Camera Project went out to Pineridge Natural Area this past weekend to set up cameras for our Fall 2015 season of data collection. Thanks to everyone who came out!
Interested in attending one of our next camera checks? Click the link – all dates for Fall 2015 checks will be posted by the end of this week. In the meantime, join us this Sunday, September 20th at 9am to check cameras at Soapstone.
Guess what? Soapstone Prairie is open, and will be making a trip out there this weekend on Saturday, March 7th. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to make it. We will be leaving after lunch at 1 pm from the library parking lot. Also if anyone would be willing to drive that would be awesome!
Hello all! We hope you’ve been having a great winter so far. This is a brief update to let you know that our Camera Project Committee is currently gearing back up to start camera checks back up at Soapstone in early March. Our first scheduled camera checks are at for Saturday March 7th – time TBA. Stay tuned for more information soon and thanks for visiting!
We have a ton of new photos from Pineridge and Soapstone that need sorting. This is a great way to get more involved with the camera project and is great experience!
If you are interested in helping out please contact the Hayden Akers: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
We are headed to Pineridge on Monday Nov 17th at 3:30pm and Soapstone Saturday Nov. 15th at 9:00 am
Meet in North East corner of Library parking lot.
Feel free to e-mail us with any questions!
On September 3rd, 2014 the endangered black-footed ferret was reintroduced to Soapstone Natural Area just north of Fort Collins. Here at CSU, The Wildlife Society’s Camera Project (TWSCP) has been monitoring the reintroduction of these ferrets with the remote triggered wildlife cameras. On September 10thcameras captured the first photo of a black-footed ferret near the entrance of a burrow on the Roman House prairie dog colony.
Ferrets were released on to two prairie dog colonies at Soapstone Natural Area and are expected to expand onto other colonies in years to come. TWSCP is excited to be a part of monitoring the success and outcomes of the black-footed ferret reintroduction.
Congratulations to the Camera Project Crew! We received 2nd Place in the Service and Learning category in the Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creativity at CSU! Thank you to all who put the poster together and helped make this possible.
Check out our Poster:
Camera Study Poster 2014