Citizen Science Webinar Recording

Hi there everyone,

We recently hosted a webinar on this citizen science initiative where we dive into the importance of wildlife collision data collection as well as the nitty gritty of how to participate in the project.

For anyone new to the project, this is a great place to start!
Here is the link to the webinar recording:

We have also been developing a new resource to gather information on wildlife and roads in Nova Scotia.
If you would like to dive deeper into subject, below is the link to the Watch for Wildlife arcGIS Story Map, "Wildlife-Vehicle Collisions and the Road to Improvement:"
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Watch for Wildlife - Wildlife Vehicle Collision tracking project invites citizen scientists and researchers to help collect data of wildlife and other species that have been hit by a vehicle, or appear to have been. Please only contribute photos that are taken when safely stopped at the side of the road, or while on foot. Please also try to get identifiable features for collision tracking ...more ↓

wanda_baxter created this project on July 24, 2015
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