Driving to Comanche Springs Astronomy Campus in the Rolling Plains of Texas I rarely see much wildlife. On really hot days like today at the campus – my car registered 100 degrees – not much wildlife ever stirs on the campus. That was not the case today!!! At the Beaver Pond –…Read More
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Data Behind the Camera Trap Images
My camera trap research at Three Rivers Foundation main campus has not been all about capturing great images of wildlife on the Rolling Plains of Texas. With those images comes the most important aspect – the data. So even though I’ve been collecting camera trap images for the last two years, which amounts to 178,401…Read More
Do Coyotes Play With Sticks?
The answer – yes they do! Photograph – © Christena Stephens PhotographyRead More
Best Camera Trap Captures – January 2017
I’ll be sharing the best camera trap captures from 2017. These images are from the field research I’m conducting for 3 Rivers Foundation. This project phase will end in March 2017. These images are selected to show here are based on the animal behavior captured, as well as the uniqueness of the capture. January 2017 –…Read More