During project efforts, each team member and dog is equipped with a GPS device to record daily data such as track logs, coordinates of cull sites, defined areas of increased animals, and other observations of importance.
We also record total numbers of animals removed along with sex, age, pregnancy and lactation status. Upon completion of field efforts, we provide a comprehensive finding report to our clients to help inform future improvements and planning efforts.
Although these data are typically collected, we continue to work with clients for additional specific needs, such as deployment of new, experimental methodologies, biological sampling (e.g., DNA, disease, tissue, parasite, etc.) and necropsy analysis, to name a few.