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Jennifer Mae-White Day

Jennifer Mae-White Day

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Thanks Shari! Another great part of the Conservation Canines - allowing those that need an extra doggy-dose to live vicariously through their adventures :)
Nov 11, 2014
Dogs, Cats, and Scats: Saving Jaguars, One Poop at a Time
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Yes - I know Marcella! In fact I worked for her graduate student, Adam Dillon on his ocelot research project in Belize, and helped out with Marcella's jaguar camera trapping grids while I was there. It's one of the experiences that got me excited to pursue this branch of science! Thanks for your support, Vicky!
Nov 11, 2014
Dogs, Cats, and Scats: Saving Jaguars, One Poop at a Time
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And let's face it, we usually do what Kim says to :) I know I do.
Oct 13, 2014
Dogs, Cats, and Scats: Saving Jaguars, One Poop at a Time
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Will do, Katie :) It would pretty cool to come across some grison scat!
Oct 09, 2014
Dogs, Cats, and Scats: Saving Jaguars, One Poop at a Time
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We'll be surveying the Lacondon region of Chiapas - a place where little wildlife research has been done due to the extreme remoteness. The lack of trails and roads makes other techniques, like camera trapping or hair snares impossible - which is why this project is a great way to show off the capacity of the Conservation Canines to survey remote areas!
Oct 07, 2014
Dogs, Cats, and Scats: Saving Jaguars, One Poop at a Time
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