Project Wild Coshocton

Project Wild Coshocton (u.osu.edu/wildcoshocton) is a long-term camera-trapping study led by Dr. Shauna Weyrauch (below), senior lecturer at Ohio State Newark. This collaborative project explores the diversity and relative abundance of wildlife found in Coshocton County, Ohio (as well as southern Holmes County), with a specific goal of documenting the distribution of bobcats (Lynx rufus). Through the use of trail cameras we hope to expand our understanding of bobcat population trends in the northwestern edge of its current Ohio range. Check out the project homepage for details, photos, and updates, or follow us on twitter (@WildCoshocton).