Remote Camera Trapping for Nature Conservancy

During the early part of July 2017, through the Chincoteague Bay Field Station, Millersville Conservation Biology students conducted a remote camera survey on the Nature Conservancy Brownville Preserve in Nassawadox, Virginia.  Students set up cameras along wildlife trails and roads and documented the movements of a number of white-tailed deer, red fox, northern raccoon, Virginia opossum, gray squirrel and wild turkey.  Below is a link to a compilation of video footage taken during the survey.