The trees have eyes; surveillance in the forest captures illegal activity

When you walk into a store, step on an elevator or wait at a bus stop, you can expect that a camera is watching. Even your trip to the great outdoors could be captured on video.

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It's the job of U.S. Forest Service officer Jeff McIntosh to keep an eye on things. Obviously, McIntosh can't be everywhere, so the use of surveillance cameras is something of a force multiplier.
Photo by (KIRO Radio/Tim Haeck)
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Original article: The trees have eyes; surveillance in the forest captures illegal activity



Tim Haeck, KIRO Radio Reporter
Tim Haeck is a news reporter with KIRO Radio. While Tim is one of our go-to, no-nonsense reporters, he also has a sensationally dry sense of humor and it will surprise some to learn he is a weekend warrior.

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