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There are roughly 2.8 million people living in Greater St. Louis, many of whom would be surprised to know that they share the space with a good variety of wildlife.
The St. Louis Wildlife Project now has four seasons of data that they hope will give insight into how wildlife occupy and utilize the region’s urban spaces. For the past year, they’ve collected images from 35 motion-activated cameras planted in parks and green spaces across St. Louis. They’ve spotted foxes, turkeys, river otters, and even a couple bobcats.
Thursday on St. Louis on the Air, Sarah Fenske will talk with the researchers involved to learn about their observations from the past year.
The St. Louis Wildlife Project is a collaboration between the St. Louis College of Pharmacy and the Tyson Research Center at Washington University in St. Louis. Tyson’s natural resources coordinator, Beth Biro, will join the conversation, as well as Whitney Anthonysamy, an assistant professor of biology at the St. Louis College of Pharmacy.
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