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Wildlife crewmember processing a deer mouse Wildlife crewmembers carrying traps to sites Dark-eyed junco ground nest
Wildlife crewmember processing a deer mouse. Measurements include weight, sex, reproductive condition, and tail length. Wildlife crewmembers carrying traps to sites. Ventilator masks protect them from Hantavirus. Dark-eyed junco ground nest with eggs.
Location of a dark-eyed junco ground nest Wildlife crewmembers cleaning small mammal traps Wildlife crew grabbing a quick lunch
Wildlife crewmember pointing to the location of a dark-eyed junco ground nest. These nests are often well-hidden in low shrubs. Wildlife crewmembers cleaning small mammal traps with a Lysol mixture to prevent contracting Hantavirus from handling dirty traps. Wildlife crew grabbing a quick lunch.
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