Trailcam Adventures: Lambert Lake Pond and Meander

From 2020-2021, VLAWMO Program Development Coordinator Dawn Tanner led the Lambert Lake Pond and Meander project.

As that project happened, Dawn included a special monitoring project to track what types of wildlife are using the site. A team of U of M Community Engaged Learners set up an additional remote camera further downstream near the new meander. Together, these different angles provide insights on how wildlife are responding to the project construction, and how they may respond in the future. 

We’re pleased to present the Lambert Lake Trialcam Adventures to highlight what we found. We hope you enjoy the footage as much as we did!

Learn more about our wildlife tracking efforts at the Otter Spotters or StoryMaps pages.

Lambert Lake Pond Trailcam:

Lambert Lake Meander Trailcam:

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