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    A snapshot of native wildlife research , video

    Professor Marcella Kelly in the College of Natural Resources and Environment and undergraduate students in The Wildlife Society at Virginia Tech conduct research on native wildlife around Mountain Lake. Each fall, students place non-invasive camera traps (motion-triggered digital cameras) on trails and use the recorded images to study bear, coyote, and bobcat populations.

    Date: Nov 30, 2022
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    Virginia Tech students take part in wildlife field techniques course , video

    Students in the College of Natural Resources and Environment participated in a 10-day field experience at Mountain Lake Biological Station in August. Field activities included bat detecting, vegetation data collection, setting up camera traps and small mammal trapping grids, managing bird point counts, and collecting and interpreting data.

    Date: Oct 09, 2019