Camera Trap Commentary


The following was contributed by Dr. Jason G. Goldman to Scientific American‘s blog. The author received his Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology at the University of Southern California, so when we read his views on camera traps, a subject that we have posted on as often as possible, we can feel confident that his scientific perspective is a worthy one:

…Maybe it’s because camera traps offer up a rare opportunity to catch a glimpse of nature on its own, undisturbed by our species. It’s a romantic notion, isn’t it? Nature untouched. It’s foolish to think that humans exist apart from nature; we are but one species in a massive tree of life. As in physics, so too in wildlife biology.

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