Results/Conclusions Four summer field seasons have resulted in 1066, 14 day sampling periods including over 424,000 hours of camera operation. Preliminary results include over 6574 unique wildlife events, including 484 large carnivore detections. Detected wildlife species include grizzly bear, black bear, cougar, wolf, bobcat, lynx, wolverine, coyote, moose, elk, mule deer and white-tailed deer. Cameras have detected 10473 human events on recreational trails with 9083 (86.7%) of these being motorized use. Initial results indicate patterns of spatial and temporal separation between human recreation and wildlife. The presentation will provide an examination of relationships between OHV and large mammals and explore human trail use and access thresholds with respect to habitat fragmentation. Management implications of the results include considerations for the maintenance and restoration of ecological connectivity while providing for appropriate levels of human use.