Researchers Risk Much to Study Wildlife

Wildlife researchers sometimes risk life and limb to reach treacherous terrain to study species at risk - they brave rattlesnake country, go deep into abandoned mines or scale rocky cliffs to gather important data. The Allegheny Front's Deborah Weisberg traveled with conservation biologists for our series, Protecting Pennsylvania's Wildlife. She shares her experiences with Host Matthew Craig and says this type of research is vital to saving vulnerable wildlife.