Welcome to the WILDLABS Community

WILDLABS is home to the global conservation technology community of 6,000 people in 120 countries discussing 1,200 topics like biologging, camera traps, and machine learning. With engaging spaces to ask questions and collaborate together, share your own work, and discover new ideas and innovations, WILDLABS is your platform to connect with #Tech4Wildlife experts and projects from around the world. 

Stephanie O'Donnell

Stephanie O'Donnell

Community Manager

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Our Top Picks

The WILDLABS Variety Hour is your monthly connection to the exciting projects, research, and ideas that are happening in conservation tech right now. This month, learn about challenges tracking sharks & rays, hear...

10 August 2022

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Hey Everyone,Are you ready for our next Live Q&A Session? If you're looking for an effective animal monitoring solution, Join us here on 23rd August 2022, 9am EAT...

17 August 2022

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Bird Sounds Global (BSG) launched a web portal for annotating bird sounds. Annotating means identifying the species vocalising in the recording. The aim is to produce training and testing material for automated bird...

17 August 2022

Discussion / Community Base

Welcome to WILDLABS!

Stephanie O'Donnell

Hello and welcome to the WILDLABS community! With 6,000 members and counting, we want to get to know you a little better. In a couple of...

29 October 2015

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Are you interested in joining a team dedicated to changing how conservation is conducted around the world by developing new genetic technologies for conservation, and being part of the new wave of scientists paving a...

15 August 2022

Conversations & Questions

Description Activity Replies Groups Updated
We were the world first commercial direct to satellite ear tag. There are collar base solutions that work direct to satellite. 
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Biologging 1 minute 38 seconds ago
Hey Everyone,Are you ready for our next Live Q&A Session? If you're looking for an effective animal monitoring solution, Join us...
Biologging, East Africa Community 1 day 18 hours ago
Hi Wildlabs,I am Sebastian the project manager for FishID. We are currently in the last stretch of DevOps for the FishID platform. I am...
AI for Conservation, Camera Traps, Data management and processing tools , Marine Conservation 3 days 1 hour ago
Adding some links that @CarlosAbrahams sent on Twitter last week, just to avoid having to go back to twitter to find them (Thanks Carlos!!!!)UK Bat/Wind Report http://randd.defra....
Climate Change 3 days 10 hours ago
@Ann_Wambui , Qgis and ArcGis Desktop are stand alone apps that are useful in coming up with geojson files and/or shapefiles that store the location, shape, and attributes of...
Data management and processing tools , East Africa Community, Protected Area Management Tools 3 days 18 hours ago
A thread for people to upload the most interesting or unusual sightings recorded by their traps. To get the ball rolling here's a coy...
Autonomous Camera Traps for Insects, Camera Traps 6 days 10 hours ago
Hi everyone!Another update to the WILDLABS Platform this week after the events fixes earlier on (see above). This one is mostly to get some new functionality around careers...
Community Base 6 days 13 hours ago
Good morning from Italy! My name is Valentina Iesari, a young biologist of the center of Italy. Currently, I'm collaborating with a NGOs (BirdLife Italia) as a provincial...
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Community Base 6 days 16 hours ago
Hey maya, If you're free - come along to our Variety Hour call next week and ask folks there too. We're keeping the last 10 mins open for people to jump up and put out calls...
Acoustic Monitoring 1 week 1 day ago
hi I am David Roy, working at the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology.  I am an ecologist and most of my career has been working on biodiversity monitoring schemes,...
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Autonomous Camera Traps for Insects 1 week 2 days ago
Easy RIDER: Real-time IDentification for Ecological Research and MonitoringEasy RIDER is a networking project funded by the UK Natural Environment Research Council for two years (...
Autonomous Camera Traps for Insects 1 week 2 days ago
Hi Kim,Thanks for the response. I think they can hear our cameras clicking when they are set off and they come to see what is happening so I would totally agree with the...
Camera Traps 1 week 2 days ago

Connect & Collaborate

Cambridge based freelance geographer working on geospatial projects in conservation and humanitarian response, locally and globally.

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Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)

Assistant Director/Curator of Prospect Park Zoo of the Wildlife Conservation Society

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World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)

World Wildlife Fund / TRAFFIC

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EMERGING TECHNO EXPERT WORKING ON HARNESSING TECHNOLOGY TO REDUCE MAN ANIMAL CONFLICTS.

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Latest members

Len  Thomas

Len Thomas

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Ecological statistician developing methods for wildlife population assessment.

Danilo Sandro Barbosa

Danilo Sandro Barbosa

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Biologist, MSc in Environmental Engineering, professor at the Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Mato Grosso do Sul, Pantanal Wetlands/Brazil. Interest in ecotoxicology, Ecological Risk Assessment, Environmental Technologies.

Erik Young

Erik Young

Board of Directors, Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group. Interests include AI applications supporting salmonid species recovery

Irsan Sadri

Irsan Sadri

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Electrical Engineering Student

Kamran Yaghmaei

Kamran Yaghmaei

Hello, I am Kamran Yaghmai, I have 20 internationally accepted scientific papers on how the structure of life and announcing the formation of viral imperialism and I have explained the nature of periodic viral attacks and dangers of announcing the location of the planet Earth.

Ideas & Updates

Training in survey design and the analysis of camera trap data from species that cannot be individually identified to produce estimates of population density and abundance.

18 August 2022

Bird Sounds Global (BSG) launched a web portal for annotating bird sounds. Annotating means identifying the species vocalising in the recording. The aim is to produce training and testing material for automated bird...

17 August 2022

Are you interested in joining a team dedicated to changing how conservation is conducted around the world by developing new genetic technologies for conservation, and being part of the new wave of scientists paving a...

15 August 2022

Careers

Satellite Telemetry Technical Sales

18 August 2022

ThomasGray_Argos

Event

Become a Scientist Pilot!

12 August 2022

dioptrica

Careers

Opportunity: Commercial Director

12 August 2022

EllieW

Article

From the Field: An interview with Arjun Dheer

11 August 2022

Netty_Cheruto

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Careers

Lead Software Engineer, Wildlife Insights

10 August 2022

nflores

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Get involved

Tracking Progress
Virtual Meetups Season 4

This season, 517 unique participants from at least 71 countries joined our Virtual Meetups to hear from leading engineers, conservationists, and academics to explore the future of technology in movement ecology and ask where exactly investment is needed to catapult this field forward.

Click through below to catch up on the latest recordings, or access all four events on the Tracking Progress project page. We're so grateful for your interest and engagement in kicking off this exciting research project, and look forward to keeping you updated as the work progresses!

May
11

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4:00 pm ~ 5:30 pm Europe/London

WILDLABS Team

Our second meetup in Season 4 explored the latest advancements and emerging developments in data analysis for movement ecology. On Wednesday, May 11, we heard short talks from...
Recording available

Explore & Discover

WILDLABS Collections will help you dive deeper into the conservation tech topics that matter most to you, and find favorite resources from other community members. Start exploring our collections below!

5 May 2022

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28 June 2022

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3 August 2022

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Rob Appleby

Rob Appleby

Community Member

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