Wildlife Habitat Testing at Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge
We at Field Explorer are happy to announce the beginning of a new project. Phase 2 of the Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge, Wildlife Drive Field Explorer System™ has begun! We will be performing extensive field testing with a goal toward completely revamping the existing camera with a cutting edge Field Explorer system™! From these tests we will generate stunning preliminary videos to show!
Here we can see Xixa experimenting with what can been seen of this Osprey 100+ yards away, with both binoculars and a Field Explorer System™. I was able to take this screen shot on my iPad while she was taking the binocular photo.
These photos were taken during wildlife habitat field testing at Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge, Sanibel Island, Florida.
J. N "Ding" Darling refuge, located in Sanibel Island, Florida, consists of over 6,400 acres of mangrove forest, submerged seagrass beds, cordgrass marshes, and West Indian hardwood hammocks. The refuge was created to safeguard and enhance the pristine wildlife habitat of Sanibel Island, to protect endangered and threatened species, and to provide feeding, nesting, and roosting areas for migratory birds. Today, the refuge provides important habitat to over 245 species of birds.
Visit www.dingdarlingsociety.org to learn more about visiting and events.