Update: The recording of the presentation on 9 June 2021 is available.
Over the 17-month period from February 2019 to July 2020, Professor David Stokes and his students of UW Bothell conducted a study of wildlife in Juanita Woodlands park using motion triggered camera “traps” to document the distribution and different kinds of wildlife in the park. The study was made possible by a permit issued by King County and sponsored by FHNA.
On Wednesday, June 9th, 2021 at 7pm Professor Stokes will give an online presentation to the public summarizing the findings of the study. The study provides a valuable input for decisions about park management and the presentation will include recommendations for improved conservation of our urban wildlife. The audience will be able to ask questions and the event will be recorded for later viewing.
People generally interested in studying urban wildlife may also find the upcoming EERC Community Science Project worth exploring.