Using Trail Cameras to Study Wildlife Behavior

  • Wednesday, Nov 13, 2019 7:00pm – 8:30pm
  • Thomas Auditorium, Preble Hall, UMF [map]
    173 High Street, Farmington
  • Free
  • All ages
  • Janet Pesaturo

This one-hour talk followed by book sale and signing, will introduce trail cameras – how they work and how to set them up – and then discuss smart camera placement so that you too can capture photos and videos that reveal the secret habits of animals.. Anyone with curiosity, persistence, and an inexpensive trail camera can study cutting edge animal behavior topics.

With a master’s degree in conservation biology and a Level III CyberTracker certificate, Janet Pesaturo teaches wildlife tracking and camera trapping at Winterberry Wildlife in Massachusetts. She is the author of “Camera Trapping Guide: Tracks, Sign and Behavior of Eastern Wildlife” and chronicles her nature discoveries and adventures in a blog at WinterberryWildlife.OurOneAcreFarm.com. She manages the popular Facebook group “Trail Camera Photos and Videos” where anyone can share their own material or simply follow along and enjoy other postings.

Contact: Nancy Knapp - 2077786285