The One Tam partner agencies are using motion-activated cameras to study wildlife on public lands around Mt. Tamalpais - primarily terrestrial mammal communities. Formerly known as the Marin Wildlife Picture Index Project, this community science project was started in 2015 and has had a robust volunteer program to help identify millions of images.
The program team has been busy revamping the volunteer experience and data management side of the project. Sign up for the One Tam newsletter and follow us on Facebook and Instagram to hear when this program reopens to new volunteers!
- View a more detailed program description and discussion of preliminary findings.
- View a Bay Nature talk with One Tam Community Science Program Manager, Dr. Lisette Arellano.
- View presentations on preliminary findings from this work, presented at the 2017 Mt. Tam Wildlife Symposium.
- View the Marin County Parks webpage on this project.
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