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Bemidji High School teacher Kris VanWilgen-Hammit loads a small mammal trap with hay and grain and puts the tunnel on the front during a two-week Earthwatch expedition in April in Nova Scotia. The expedition was called "Mammals of Nova Scotia." Submitted Photo

Nova Scotia expedition: Bemidji teachers survey mammals

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From Nova Scotia's ocean-lined coast to its lake-dotted, wooded interior, two Bemidji teachers surveyed mammals in the Canadian province.

Kurt Long Voelkner and Kris VanWilgen-Hammit traveled in April to the South Shore region of Nova Scotia for a two-week Earthwatch expedition called "Mammals of Nova Scotia."

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