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Mountain lion trackers

Greg Davidson stopped by The Lowell Whiteman School on Tuesday afternoon to talk with students about his business, Find It Detection Dogs, and his work using dogs to track mountain lion populations in Oregon.

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Chevy, a detection dog, gets to play with a tennis ball as a reward after finding mountain lion scat during a presentation by his owner, Greg Davidson, for the advanced-placement environmental science class at The Lowell Whiteman School on Tuesday morning in Steamboat Springs. Davidson's business, Find It Detection Dogs, uses dogs to help track animal populations, including mountain lions. Photo by John F. Russell

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Chevy, a detection dog, gets to play with a tennis ball as a reward after finding mountain lion scat during a presentation by his owner, Greg Davidson, for the advanced-placement environmental science class at The Lowell Whiteman School on Tuesday morning in Steamboat Springs. Davidson's business, Find It Detection Dogs, uses dogs to help track animal populations, including mountain lions. Photo by John F. Russell

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Chevy, a detection dog, is reflected in owner Greg Davidson's glasses during a demonstration for the advanced-placement environmental science class at The Lowell Whiteman School on Tuesday morning in Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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Greg Davidson talks to students in the advanced-placement environmental science class at The Lowell Whiteman School on Tuesday morning. Davidson’s business, Find It Detection Dogs, uses dogs to help track animal populations, including mountain lions. Photo by John F. Russell

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Greg Davidson works with Chevy while talking to students in the advanced-placement environmental science class at The Lowell Whiteman School on Tuesday morning. Davidson's business, Find It Detection Dogs, uses dogs to help track animal populations, including mountain lions. He has incorporated detection dogs for finding prey remains at mountain lion kill sites and helped determine prey selection and predation rates in the area. Davidson also designed a study using detection dogs for finding mountain lion scat and used this information to estimate densities of mountain lions in northeast Oregon. Photo by John F. Russell

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Greg Davidson talks to students in the advanced-placement environmental science class at The Lowell Whiteman School on Tuesday morning. Davidson's business, Find It Detection Dogs, uses dogs to help track animal populations, including mountain lions. He has incorporated detection dogs for finding prey remains at mountain lion kill sites and helped determine prey selection and predation rates in the area. Davidson also designed a study using detection dogs for finding mountain lion scat and used this information to estimate densities of mountain lions in northeast Oregon. Photo by John F. Russell

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