Snapshot Wisconsin: Gathering and using trail camera data in wetlands and beyond

Snapshot Wisconsin is a citizen-science-based trail camera project that seeks to collect wildlife data needed for wildlife management decision-making. Volunteers host cameras in a variety of habitats throughout the state. Join WDNR research scientist Emily Buege Donovan to hear how the project works and how the trail camera data can be used to monitor wildlife in Wisconsin’s wetlands and beyond. She’ll also let you know how you can get involved!

Emily Buege Donovan, research scientist

Recorded Friday, September 10, 2021

Learn more about Snapshot Wisconsin

Emily Buege Donovan has been a Research Scientist for the Snapshot Wisconsin project since 2018. She received a bachelor’s degree in ecology from Winona State University in Minnesota and a master’s degree in geography from the University of Alabama. Her thesis research examined habitat selection by cichlid fish in Belize.

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