Camera Trapping Update – March 2016

Camera Trapping Update - March 2016 Researchers at the North Carolina Zoo downloaded and analyzed another set of camera trap photos in late February 2016. As always, there are the expected animals; they have seen lots of deer and squirrels. More surprising, though, are the photos of what is believed to be three different bobcats. Two of…

Camera Trapping Update – December 2015

The North Carolina Zoo is in the data-gathering phase of a camera trapping project focused on predator species found in the Zoo’s undeveloped areas.

Camera Trapping Research

Researchers use camera traps to learn how native animals make use of undeveloped lands near the North Carolina Zoo. This study, from 2011, focused on predators and their hunting preferences.