Often referred to as a “game camera” by hunters, the trail camera is quickly becoming a favorite tool for biologists, researchers and the outdoor hobbyist. What better way to spy on an animal thank without its knowledge of you doing so!
The market has been flooded with many manufacturers, models and styles of these cameras, with a wide array of price tags. Join Research Assistant Tami Gingrich as she discusses these options, and shares amazing photographic highlights from seven years of trail camera surveys within Geauga Park District!
The Trail Camera Treasures program will take place on Friday, Nov. 20 from 7 to 8 p.m at The West Woods Nature Center, 9465 Kinsman Road (Rt. 87), Russell Twp.
Tami’s topics will include different types of cameras and their capabilities, and her proven techniques on how to determine their best placement. Best of all, Tami will divulge some of her most awe-inspiring photos that her cameras have captured, revealing behaviors you would never encounter during a visit to the park.
Don’t miss this captivating presentation and a chance to learn how to capture wildlife on a camera in your own backyard!
Registration is not required for this wheelchair/stroller accessible program. Questions? Call 440-286-9516.
This article is brought to you by Geauga Park District