Boise State graduate student Tara Easter shows employees with Gorongosa National Park’s Department of Conservation how to operate motion-detecting field cameras and acoustic recording devices to capture evidence of leopards in the area.
Boise State graduate student Tara Easter shows employees with Gorongosa National Park’s Department of Conservation how to operate motion-detecting field cameras and acoustic recording devices to capture evidence of leopards in the area. Provided by Boise State University
Boise State graduate student Tara Easter shows employees with Gorongosa National Park’s Department of Conservation how to operate motion-detecting field cameras and acoustic recording devices to capture evidence of leopards in the area. Provided by Boise State University

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