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Motion-sensor cameras track wildlife movement in Crowsnest Pass



The Nature Conservancy of Canada has partnered with other research and technological organizations in its efforts to track wildlife patterns in the Jim Prentice Wildlife Corridor in Alberta. As Eloise Therien explains, the goal of the project is to gather data to help determine future wildlife management strategies and limit animal-related collisions on Highway 3.



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