Category Archives: Outreach

Coyote Data, Thus Far

We have learned a great deal about animal movement and activity patterns from collecting and analyzing pictures in Statesville’s green patches and neighborhoods. If you look at Figure 1, time (24-hour) is displayed on the x-axis while activity level is … Continue reading

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Coyote Misconceptions

The recent coyote attack in Iredell county is unfortunate and sad. Someone lost a pet in a matter of seconds. Human fear and emotions are real and for good reason. The dog was likely attacked with no warning at all. … Continue reading

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Project Yellowstone: A Summer Enrichment Program

In 2002, an old boar grizzly meandered across the road. Not just any grizzly. A wild grizzly. Not just any place. Yellowstone National Park. Several years later, an idea hatched. Yellowstone could and should be used as an outdoor classroom for … Continue reading

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The Amazing Race

On Friday, 5 September, students and faculty from Mitchell CC hosted on of the events for Davis Regional Hospital’s Amazing Race. Four-man teams competed in lots of different events throughout the afternoon. For the Mitchell event, participants traveled to four … Continue reading

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