Land of Lizards

In the Bldg. 3’s Environmental Management lab, researcher Victor Bogosian fashions a tiny elastic harness and transmitter on a recent catch. He’ll paint the transmitter and harness brown, attach the transmitter with temporary adhesive then release the lizard back into the grasslands on Tinker. Transmitters must be replaced every 10 weeks before batteries inside fail. The lizards don’t stray far, but their camouflage and small size make locating them a learned feat for researchers. (Air Force photo by Margo Wright)

PHOTO BY: Margo Wright
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