Wildlife Stories January 19

Canada has chosen to purchase an Elbit Systems Hermes 900 search and rescue drone to monitor the endangered whale population along the east and west coasts of the country and the Arctic as a part of the Canadian National Aerial Surveillance Program.

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Wildlife Stories November 22, 2020

Most of us know what pelicans look like. But, we’re willing to bet, you’ve never seen pelicans from quite this perspective!

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Wildlife Stories November 12, 2020

Scientists have turned to drones to speed up the counting process undertaken to track Antarctic penguins’ numbers. The drones have cut down the counting time from two full days to just three hours, amazing!

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Wildlife Stories September 15, 2020

Marine biologist Genni Brookshire and her team are using drones to help find and save distressed seals and other animals. However, due to the noise created by drones, Brookshire had to do some research on which would be best suited for the job.

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Wildlife Stories September 9, 2020

Ecologists have turned to Australian-made drone technology to help track down endangered animals autonomously and efficiently. The drones can reach areas with ease and mark the location of the animals without needing to follow them.

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Wildlife Stories July 29, 2020

A drone equipped with a thermal camera, used by Pål Sindre Svae wildlife and outfield manager, has been saving the lives of baby deer in Norway over the last month or so. So far the drone has saved 15 deer from 14 properties.

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