This webinar aired on may 06, 2021.
Since March 2020, our array of Border Wildlife Study cameras have continuously documented ecological and environmental change along 30 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border. With our species count on the camera array at 109 species, we now are seeing patterns emerge across the landscape of where mammals and birds are most active.
During this webinar, you’ll learn about how the wildlife community is distributed across the San Rafael Valley, Patagonia Mountains, and Huachuca Mountain foothills. We’ll discuss how this landscape is frequented by cattle, humans, and light pollution from border towns and the wall.