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Posted near the entrance to Picnic Point and the Lakeshore Nature Preserve, a public notice provides information about a research effort to study the behavior of growing fox and coyote populations in the city of Madison.
Image credit: Jeff Miller, University Communications

A cable restraint is set amid the brush near the Lakeshore Nature Preserve. The research involves setting fox and coyote restraints, recording medical information and attaching radio collars to allow future monitoring.
Image credit: Jeff Miller, University Communications

Graduate student Marcus Mueller inspects a sprung cable restraint on Thursday, Jan. 22.
Image credit: Jeff Miller, University Communications

A young adult fox is pictured before being released from a cable restraint.
Image credit: Jeff Miller, University Communications

Graduate student Marcus Mueller (left) prepares a radio collar as Michael Maroney (right), a veterinarian with the Research Animal Resources Center, monitors a sedated fox.
Image credit: Jeff Miller, University Communications

Graduate student Marcus Mueller (left) and undergraduate Cody Lane (right) test a radio collar.
Image credit: Jeff Miller, University Communications

Marcus Mueller relocates a still-sedated fox to a more sheltered area.
Image credit: Jeff Miller, University Communications
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