Lead wolf captured on a trail camera on Prince of Wales Island in Alaska.
Prince of Wales Island Wolves Lead wolf captured on a trail camera on Prince of Wales Island in Alaska. © Michael Kampnich/TNC

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Wildlife Caught on Camera

How your favorite wildlife cam can help protect nature.

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    Trail Cams Confirm High Mammal Diversity

    A biology professor at the University of Nebraska at Kearney set up a trail cam at our Gila Riparian Preserve in New Mexico and found a wealth of mammal diversity. See More Photos

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    Sage-Grouse Lek Cam

    Every year from March through May, male sage-grouse come to communal mating grounds, or leks, to show off their moves. Watch a Video of Their Moves

  • bobcat, New Hampshire

    Tracking Wildlife Movements in New Hampshire

    Researchers deployed more than 30 motion-sensing cameras along a rural highway in New Hampshire to help find the places where they are crossing. See the Results

  • A remote camera strapped to a tree

    Rethinking Camera Traps

    Our scientists in North Carolina are using camera traps to study issues ranging from the impact of deer hunting, to the effects of controlled fire on birds and small mammals. Find Out What We're Learning