Kyle Dougherty surveys for fox scat on Aug. 15 on the Rock Island Trail in south Lincoln, Neb. Dougherty is marking and studying fox scat as part of his master's degree research project. He is looking for fox scat to indicate the relative abundance of foxes in areas across the city.
Kyle Dougherty surveys for fox scat on Aug. 15 on the Rock Island Trail in south Lincoln, Neb. Dougherty is marking and studying fox scat as part of his master's degree research project. He is looking for fox scat to indicate the relative abundance of foxes in areas across the city. Amber Baesler AP
Kyle Dougherty surveys for fox scat on Aug. 15 on the Rock Island Trail in south Lincoln, Neb. Dougherty is marking and studying fox scat as part of his master's degree research project. He is looking for fox scat to indicate the relative abundance of foxes in areas across the city. Amber Baesler AP

University of Nebraska student marks fox droppings as part of research

August 28, 2017 11:00 AM

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