Hello biologging community!
My name is Holly Cormack and I’m the new Conservation Technology Intern in the WILDLABS team.
We are researching what different biologgers are being used to study wildlife as part of the WILDLABS team’s work on The Inventory, our novel ongoing project to build a dynamic, collaborative, wiki-inspired database of conservation technology.
To build the movement ecology section of The Inventory we need your help to understand what different biologging tech is popular right now and what interesting work you are all doing with them. With this info we can then start adding these biologgers to our database and also feature some of your amazing work using them!
If you are using or have used biologgers in your research, we would be very grateful if you could answer the following questions in the comments below, or fill in our quick survey.
- What biologger models have you used or would recommend?
- What work were you using the biologgers for? (i.e. project goals, length, species and location)
- Do you have a page link to the specific biologger model or manufacturer’s website?
Thanks for your help!