"Urban environments are the fastest-growing ecosystem in the world and these areas are home to many wildlife species. Regina has a lot of green space and wildlife habitat. Unfortunately, we don't know a lot about how these animals are using these areas. We hope that this project will provide a benchmark of wildlife activity in the city and contribute to a longer-term wildlife monitoring program that can help us understand how wildlife changes as the city changes."
— Dr. Ryan Fisher, Curator of Vertebrate Zoology
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