As part of our ongoing grayling project in the upper Pembina we went to install temperature probes in some of the tributaries on May 18. Ken Monk lead our group consisting of Bill Evans, Stan Baron and myself to various locations on the streams.
We installed 6 temperature probes, 2 air temperature data recorders, and some compliance cameras. We didn't get a chance to launch the drone because it was too windy. But the roads were dry and we had a good day.
Ken will be giving a talk about our grayling project work at our meeting on May 29.
In the meantime here is Ken up a tree installing a compliance camera.