Christian Nunes is a Wildlife Ecology Technician at the City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks Department. His work focuses on recreation ecology and the monitoring of sensitive wildlife on 45,000 acres of protected prairies, forests, and agrarian habitats around the city of Boulder. He has utilized camera traps to assess the use of highway underpasses by wildlife, to monitor areas of future trail development, and to validate Habitat Suitability Models for black bears, wild turkey, and Abert’s Squirrels.
Dr. Liesl Erb is a Professor of Conservation Biology at Warren Wilson College in Asheville, North Carolina. She has used camera traps for wildlife studies for over 10 years, in Virginia, Colorado, North Carolina, and Sarawak, Malaysia.