Jack Hopkins

Jack Hopkins

Aug 25, 2018

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About This Project

For over 40 years, state biologists have guided black bear management in Maine using data collected from radio-collared bears. For this study, we will evaluate exciting new techniques for monitoring bears, including the use of remote cameras and DNA analysis of hair. Our goal is to use results from this research to inform bear management, and support a student's goal to attend graduate school.

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