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A still of a deer near the LA River, captured by a newly installed wildlife camera, is shown. (Editor’s Note: NPS officials note that the camera’s date and timestamp is incorrect, as this photo was captured earlier this year.) Images by National Park Service
Shown are the 13 areas where the National Park Service has installed wildlife cameras.
An image of a coyote is captured by the new NPS cameras.
A bobcat makes a cameo on the cameras.
Submitted by National Park Service
9:39 am PDT May 15, 2018
National Park Service researchers recently installed 39 cameras in and around 30 miles of the Los Angeles River and some of its tributaries in hopes of understanding how wildlife are using urban park lands and, more specifically, the Los Angeles River.