WWF: Using Technology to Detect and Protect the Endangered Black-Footed Ferret

Finding black-footed ferrets on the Fort Belknap Reservation with forward looking infrared cameras. https://www.wildlabs.net/resources/case-studies/wwf-using-technology-detect-and-protect-endangered-black-footed-ferret By Kristy Bly, WWF NGP Black-footed Ferret Restoration Manager This work was possible due to a partnership between FLIR Systems (https://www.flir.com/), Fort Belknap Fish and Wildlife Department (https://ftbelknap.org/), Gantz-Mountain (http://testsite.gm-ias.com/mt-5-options/), SBB Research Group (https://www.sbbrg.org/), U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (https://www.fws.gov/endangered/), and World Wildlife Fund (https://www.worldwildlife.org/places/northern-great-plains). In this case Read more…