Snapshot Wisconsin is a volunteer-based project which utilizes a statewide network of trail cameras to monitor wildlife year-round. Volunteers host trail cameras throughout Wisconsin’s landscapes, giving individuals, families, students, and organizations like FNBWA a unique opportunity to get involved in monitoring the state’s valuable natural resources. The photos of diverse wildlife captured on Snapshot Wisconsin cameras are hosted online, where they can be classified by volunteers across the globe. The resulting dataset is used to inform WDNR management decisions, and help us learn more about Wisconsin’s wildlife.

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