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Published on Jun 22, 2010
We are working with Jonah Evans, a wildlife diversity biologist with Texas Parks and Wildlife, to monitor mountain lion in the 17 million acre Trans Pecos region. As a first step, we need to define the algorithm for the mountain lion footprint. This entails collecting sets of prints (trails) from animals of known ID. Here's a short video showing Jonah collecting tracks from these animals using a clever in-and-out system. The tracks are then photographed, uploaded to WildTrack, and then processed.