Camera Trapping to Advance Wildlife Connectivity Implementation in Coos County, NH

Project description (English)

This camera trapping study has the aims of assessing wildlife movement patterns within computer-modeled pathways identified in the connectivity blueprint, developing the burden of proof to advance strategy implementation to maintain or enhance wildlife connectivity and engaging with key stakeholders and private landowners.

Project description (French)

Main contact organization for the project

The Nature Conservancy

Part of larger network(s)

Staying Connected Initiave (SCI)

Project status

Underway

Primary ecosystem focus

Forested

Agricultural

Connectivity action

Mitigation of infrastructure impacts

Research (Field evaluation of connectivity)

Standard keywords

Transportation (roads, rails, bridges, culverts)

Wildlife cameras

Taxonomic Coverage

Mammals

Geographical coverage

Jurisdiction(s)

New Hampshire

Coos