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    Graduate students seek out turtles hiding beneath Grayling snow and ice [Image 3 of 5]

    Graduate students seek out turtles hiding beneath Grayling snow and ice

    CAMP GRAYLING, MI, UNITED STATES

    11.17.2018

    Photo by Spc. Samantha Hall 

    Michigan National Guard

    Elizabeth Cubberly and Reine Sovey, graduate students at Purdue University, track Blanding's and wood turtles using radio telemetry across the 147,000 acres of Camp Grayling on November 17, 2018. The study is being conducted by Bruce Kingsbury, Ph.D, professor and associate dean of Arts and Sciences and director of the Environmental Resources Center at Purdue University, and aims to gain a better understanding of the habitat needs of these imperiled species so Camp Grayling can implement measures to conserve them while maintaining the military mission.

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    Date Taken: 11.17.2018
    Date Posted: 04.01.2019 12:27
    Photo ID: 5226424
    VIRIN: 181117-Z-SD713-840
    Resolution: 2620x1668
    Size: 799.13 KB
    Location: CAMP GRAYLING, MI, US 

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