Resolution 2008 - Baseline Biological Surveys Summary of Mammal Observations and Motion-Sensitive Camera Results
WestLand biologists set up three motion-sensitive cameras besides springs within a study area along Devils Canyon. The three cameras were demonstrably functioning for a total of 433 camera-days. Cameras 1 and 2 captured 82 identifiable images of animals representing 8 mammals and 2 birds. Mammal species photographed included mountain lion, bobcat, black bear, coati, ringtail, collared peccary, white-tailed deer, and cottontail. The bird species were Bewick's wren and spotted towhee. Camera 3 captured 36 identifiable images of animals representing 5 mammals: cattle, white-tailed deer, coati, gray fox and skunk.