Dylan Cammerata, an eighth-grader at East Cary Middle, straps a camera to a tree outside the school Feb. 4 as his teacher, Sue DePerno, looks on. The school is taking part in an eMammal project. Students check cameras every two weeks to see what wildlife may have triggered a picture.
Dylan Cammerata, an eighth-grader at East Cary Middle, straps a camera to a tree outside the school Feb. 4 as his teacher, Sue DePerno, looks on. The school is taking part in an eMammal project. Students check cameras every two weeks to see what wildlife may have triggered a picture. aspecht@newsobserver.com
Dylan Cammerata, an eighth-grader at East Cary Middle, straps a camera to a tree outside the school Feb. 4 as his teacher, Sue DePerno, looks on. The school is taking part in an eMammal project. Students check cameras every two weeks to see what wildlife may have triggered a picture. aspecht@newsobserver.com

East Cary Middle chronicles on-campus wildlife as part of international project

February 10, 2015 09:35 AM