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Michael K. Lucid

Regional Wildlife Diversity Biologist

Idaho Department of Fish and Game

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Creating Bee Habitat by Michael Lucid
Michael Lucid is a wildlife biologist for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game in northern Idaho.


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"We've collected a huge dataset with thousands of images," said Michael Lucid, Regional Wildlife Biologist for Idaho Department of Fish and Game.
Michael said, "One of the coolest aspects of this project was getting the local community involved in hands-on wildlife research. Michael and this team, while collecting data on the indigenous carnivores, also detected other species at the winter bait stations, ranging from flying squirrels to martens. Dedicated professionals like Michael and Idaho Fish and Game wildlife biology intern, Ben Goodheart, are going above and beyond, to retrieve the data from some pretty remote locations. "I recall one specific trip last winter," Michael said "it turned out to be one of the longest days on the project.


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The project, initiated by IDFG biologists Michael Lucid and Lacy Robinson, attracted dozens of volunteer-days from groups and individuals during the 2010-11 winter, as well as captured on film at remote-camera bait stations a variety of mustelids that included martins, fishers and wolverines.
Also, Lucid and Robinson will have at their disposal a number of portable wolverine traps that can be moved relatively quickly into an area where one of the remote cameras has spotted a wolverine.


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