SnapShot Wisconsin
Apr 03, 2018
Susan Frett, DNR Scientist
SnapShot Wisconsin

Susan Frett is a natural resources educator and research scientist for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Office of Applied Science. Her primary responsibilities include outreach, volunteer recruitment and training for the Snapshot Wisconsin and Elk Monitoring projects. Susan received her Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science from the University of Iowa and her Master’s degree in Environmental Conservation from the Nelson Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Snapshot Wisconsin is a volunteer based wildlife monitoring project utilizing trail cameras and volunteers.  It is the largest volunteer based trail camera network in the country and the first such project supported by a state agency.  Snapshot Wisconsin is currently recruiting trail camera hosts who have access to at least 10 acres of private land in 26 counties across the state (including Dane County) and anyone in the world with an internet connection can help classify photos from the cameras at  To find out more visit Keyword: Snapshot Wisconsin


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