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On March 30 we hosted our second BioBlitz at Quiet Waters Park. Over 40 people came to this event, and helped us tally over 170 species in the park. We had a lot of surprises including nesting owls, river otters, and tagged butterflies.

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In this post you’ll find preliminary results from our movement ecology review.

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In this post you’ll find an introduction to our movement ecology review (on the way!) and a survey for movement ecologists.

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In this post you’ll find the complete results of our survey about R packages for movement analysis and tracking data processing.

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Are you doing research in movement ecology and an R user? Do you wonder sometimes about which packages to use? Or are you a developer and want to know how your package integrates to the current landscape of packages for movement analysis? Here is an extended abstract of our review of R packages for movement.

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After cleaning the raccoon skeleton, several bones were missing it was not possible for a skeleton to be reconstructed…

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In this post we present a guide on how to clean and process bones of dead animals. Be sure you are aware of your local laws which may prevent collection of certain species, and use gloves and protective gear when handling carcasses…

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Here is a little recap of Simona’s 2018 achievements, including a publication and a Scholarship that definitely deserve a mention. Here’s to an even more productive 2019!

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Often we do not see the raccoons themselves, but we see their tracks! Here are some of our top raccoon tracks…

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We will be starting our fifth raccoon field session in a few short weeks from the nights of 13 till 17 January. Would you like to volunteer and get valuable experience with wildlife? Contact us!

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