By Adventure Scientists Staff
​Throughout the year, Adventure Scientists’ Landmark crews collect wildlife data on the American Prairie Reserve using camera traps and walking transects throughout the reserve. American Prairie Reserve uses that data to further their mission to create the largest protected wildlife area in the continental United States.
To support that goal, American Prairie Reserve created Wild Sky, a for-profit beef company that uses a portion of sales to encourage wildlife-friendly ranching surrounding the reserve. They hope to help ranchers know what’s out there and understand the long-term benefits of wildlife in and around their property. This great video from Wild Sky shows why our camera traps and collected wildlife data are helping Wild Sky realize these goals.
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