Trail Camera Project #18-022, Retrieving Images from the Trail Cameras
The next three visits to the Silver Spur Property to retrieve the images have been set. This project has been paid for in part by grants from the Sacramento Zoo.
Monday, July 1, 2019: 8:00 am to approximately 4:00 pm. Going out into Lake County to the Silver Spur Ranch property to check all of the trail cameras in the field. We’ll be opening the trail cameras, pulling the disks, and replacing disks and batteries as needed. We’ll have some readers on hand, so you can see what the cameras have captured. All disks and images are the property of Tuleyome and must be returned to the office unaltered on the same day as the cameras are checked so the data can be entered into our database.
Meet at the Tuleyome office early so we can get everyone signed up and ready to leave by 8:00 am. Wear appropriate clothing and closed-toes shoes. Bring water, lunch, a camera/cellphone if you want to take photos, medications and whatever else you think you need to bring. Heavy rain will cancel.
The Tuleyome office is located on the corner of First and North Streets at 607 North Street, Woodland, CA 95695. There is free all-day parking kitty corner from the office in the back of the Woodland Public Library. (Don’t park in the 2-hour slots or you will get ticketed.)
Students and graduates of the Certified California Naturalist program can get “project support” and “conservation/restoration” volunteer hours credit for participating in these activities.
Note: All participants agree to abide by the terms and conditions of Tuleyome’s waiver of liability which can be seen and downloaded HERE. All participants also understand that photographs will be taken at the event. If you do not wish to be photographed, you must tell the photographer and avoid the cameras’ line of sight.
We thank the Sacramento Zoo for their generosity and support of this project.
|Location||Tuleyome Office (607 North St, Woodland)|