Eagle Valley High School class students monitor local wildlife as class project

23rd February, 2016 by

By Pam Boyd

GYPSUM — A group of Eagle Valley High School students are learning the intricacies involved in wildlife research by actually collecting data about local animals.This fall, teacher Cindy Ticer developed a school program in coordination with Colorado Parks and Wildlife to collect data about wildlife use of local trails. Last August students in her dual enrollment science class, offered at the school through Colorado Mountain College, set up five trail cameras along Eagle Open Space and one at the Gypsum Ponds.“My students are using the program to learn first hand, by doing, how to conduct a real world scientific experiment,” …

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