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Did you know Yellowstone biologists use remote cameras to study wildlife in the park? These strategically placed cameras help identify and learn about our more secretive wildlife residents, like cougars. "Using remote cameras is exciting because you never know what’s going to walk in front of them. This tool is great at collecting data to help us paint the big picture of the predators that reside in the park." - Wildlife Biologist Dan Stahler

Learn more about cougars in Yellowstone


Last updated: May 5, 2021

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