Worth a Thousand Words


Want to know exactly where you were when you took that perfect picture?  Julie Larsen Maher, staff photographer for the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) based at the
Bronx Zoo in New York, was in Madagascar when she took some amazing pictures with her Nikon D2X digital camera and marked the pictures with a Garmin eTrex Vista. According to Julie, “With a Garmin etrex and a Nikon MC-35 cable, GPS coordinates
were gathered to reside in the image text of the photos so they can help
scientists locate sightings or recordings on a map.” Check out these links to learn more about Julie’s trip to Madagascar or her work at the Bronx Zoo.

Photos: Leaf-tailed gecko in Makira rainforest/Madagascar by J.L. Maher/WCS, and Angelin Razafimanantsoa and Julie Larsen Maher by D. Meyers

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