November 15, 2012

“Conservation Canines” advancing environmental research

By Kathleen Dannenhold

Scat detection dog Frehley, with handler Bud Marks, searches for fisher scat in the Sierra Nevadas. Center for Conservation Biology, http://www.washington.edu/research/centers/11

Find out what some high-energy, “unadoptable” canines are doing to assist a Center for Conservation Biology program tracking how animal populations are affected by environmental change. It’s one of the latest segments from UW|360, available Sunday nights at 9 p.m. on UWTV, Comcast channel 27, or online at uwtv.org/uw360.

One Response to ““Conservation Canines” advancing environmental research”

  1. Barrie says:

    We have only scraped the surface of what wonderous things our animals friends can help us do! Bravo!

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