The Power of a Camera Trap

Earlier this year a female bobcat appeared on one of my camera traps. As the months passed, I knew she was pregnant. A couple of months ago I found a unique hidden place on the conservation land 3RF owns. It is the quietest place I have found so far on the ranch land. A silent,…

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That Time I Did a Teddy Bear Experiment

Science is fun. Even research is fun. When you tie those in with mammals the results can be quite unexpected. I don’t bait my camera traps. But I had seen a video clip from a camera trap where coyotes had taken off with a dog’s toy and started playing with it. It inspired me to…

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Stay Off the Highways, Please

Scurrying across the dry, crunchy landscape was this small Texas horned lizard. We desperately need rain. Literally, had a convo with him to spread the word to all his cousins to stay off the highways.

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Biological Diversity of One Research Camera

Check out the biological diversity from one camera trap at the Beaver Pond at Comanche Springs Astronomy Campus from the research period of March and April 2020. Water is life. Water is needed by so many wildlife species. Without it, wildlife would suffer greatly. Check out the biological diversity in these few photos! Can you…

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