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At a survey site with Team Army (L to R from me): Dr. Dan Thornton (advisor), Jackson George (technician) and Burt Bjorling (technician)

Beginning in early July, my technicians and I began field efforts to determine grizzly bear use of potential army cutworm moth habitat across the study area. While it has proven difficult to conduct aerial surveys thus far due to turbulent summer weather patterns, we have made some exciting discoveries on the ground, inside Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Parks. Field effort will continue through the end of September.

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