For several years, we have been using trail cameras to monitor wildlife along the Jordan River. In doing so, we have amassed thousands of amazing photos that need to be sorted and identified.
The data collected from our wildlife cameras across a 20 mile stretch of river is helping us understand the importance of the Jordan River as a “wildlife highway”.
Data from these cameras has also contributed to national projects and research studies through Snapshot USA and the Urban Wildlife Information Network.
If you are a Hogle Zoo Volunteer, you can join us in this project as a community scientist and assist in sorting photos and identifying wildlife. The data from these photos will be used in nationwide studies through both Snapshot USA and the Urban Wildlife Information Network.