Project Lead: BobWaring
The Gault School of Archaeological Research, http://www.gaultschool.org/, is working to expand its educational opportunities to include a roadside exhibit as well as developed trails with routing planned to highlight flora and fauna communities and their past human use. The school also needs to establish ecological baselines for future archaeological studies and to make informed decisions as they manage the property.
The Gault Site Wildlife Survey will collect photos of both plants and animals on the site, documenting through the seasons and varying times of the day, to create a database of current communities and will highlight those that impacted the lives of humans in the past.
We will use iNaturaltist.org to collect and organize the photos taken during our times on site. For more information about The Gault Site Wildlife Survey contact Bob Waring
Times and dates of future Survey visits to the Gault Site are on sign up Genius.