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NPR/NGS Radio Expeditions
15 Jul 1998

    Geography
  • United States
    Wyoming
    Park County
    Locality
  • Yellowstone National Park; Cub Creek
    Latitude/Longitude
  • 44.4903   -110.2841
    Habitats
  • Coniferous Forest
  • Creek
    Channels
  • Stereo
    Sampling Rate
  • 48kHz
    Bit Depth
  • 16-bit
    Recorders
    Microphones
    Accessories
    Equipment Note
  • Stereo=1; Decoded MS stereo

NPR/NGS RADIO EXPEDITIONS
YELLOWSTONE -DAT #2

03:13 -05:19
Dan Rinehart [DR]
We're going to the east shore of the lake ... going to a stream, Cub Creek, This is a collaborative study with Yellowstone National Park and the Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team. This is roger -and Travis, main technicians who will be studying the abundance of cutthroat trout spawners on this stream and associated bear use. We will looking at tracks, bear scat, lots offish parts .... not sure if see a bear, but will see evidence of bear use on this stream. We'll follow them as they go up the stream ....... What we're doing is determining the abundance of cutthroat trout spawners on these streams, so just counting fish. Have these little fishermen glasses that help us as we walk upstream. Develop indices of bear use. Use indirect sign ... look at number of scat, fish parts, degree of trailing and measure tracks, tell us number of bears, what kind of bears, tell us how bears are using this stream. Also, collect DNA samples, have a little barbed wire hair corral with a jug [blood] of scent in the middle of that, and bears will go to that, get bear hair caught, determine how many bears use these streams.

08:00 -09:00
Ambi -boat moving through water -then boat engine rev and take off
13:50 -14:20
Ambi -boat slow down and landing across the lake onto sandy beach
16:40 -16:58
* * Ambi -Unloading and getting off boat onto sand

16:59 -17:14
* * Ambi -walking on sand

17:55-18:04
**Ambi Walking in water to sand
18:37
Ambi -Radio re. illegal campers [NG]
AC; note re. half moon hanging over the lake -in the morning
20:23 -What are you doing with that jug of stuff.
Blood -20:42, on mic. Hang blood in tree -this is just to freshen up blood that have ..... make it stinkier
***21:02 -21:11
Travis: This is from a slaughter house, it's cow blood.
AC: I've never seen anybody carry a jug of blood before Travis: especially in bear country.21 :11
21:43 -22:39
DR: My name is Dan Rinehart. I'm the resource management coordinator for the Lake District in Yellowstone Park. We are studying grizzly bear use of spawning cutthroat trout. Right now we're on Cub Creek. This is a collaborative study with the National Park Service, Yellowstone National Park, and the Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team. Right now, we're going to be going up Cub Creek. Roger and Travis will be collecting most of the data,. and we'll be following behind. Safety tip, we're in grizzly bear country we're in prime habitat. Right now is the peak of the cutthroat trout spawn and associated bear use. Would like to ask you to follow right behind me. If we do see a bear, we all group together and back away from any sort of encounter 22:39.

AC: What do you do to protect selves?

DR; I have a red pepper spray, large can. I think I won't go in back country without it. I've been around grizzly bears for 15 years, seems like backing away slowly, seems to work, won't replace using your head....

23:21 -24:02
My name is Travis Wynman, and I'm a resource management seasonal under Dan Rinehart. This is our second year of the study. Dan's follow-up to his masters. [more re school, study]

1:34:44 END

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