Wildlife Cameras on Tejon

Coordinated arrays of motion-sensing cameras are the primary tool used by the Conservancy to monitor populations of wildlife across the conserved lands. The Conservancy ran one of the largest camera trap arrays in California during its wild pig study, data from which was used to inform research initiatives across the U.S. A smaller array now follows much of the wildlife that makes its home on Tejon. Follow the Conservancy on Facebook and Instagram, and sign up for our newsletter, to see highlights from the grid!

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