David Hammel counts the number of paw marks in a footprint he found on one of the transects surrounding the Corkscrew Sanctuary. Hammel, a lab technician, gathers data for the Immokalee University of Florida extension office at the transects. The transects are created near panther crossings to determine places to build barriers, such as bridges and fences, to curtail panther/vehicle run-ins.

Photo by LEXEY SWALL, Naples Daily News

David Hammel counts the number of paw marks in a footprint he found on one of the transects surrounding the Corkscrew Sanctuary. Hammel, a lab technician, gathers data for the Immokalee University of Florida extension office at the transects. The transects are created near panther crossings to determine places to build barriers, such as bridges and fences, to curtail panther/vehicle run-ins.

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