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Hi everyone,I posted this mystery recording to Twitter already, but perhaps this forum will have more ideas... Over the years, my lab has deployed thousands of AudioMoths...
23 February 2024
I am using the Frontier Labs BAR-LT recorders for acoustic localization for the first time. I noticed that the Frontier Labs guide to acoustic localization mentions the need to...
19 May 2023
A collaborative and cross-disciplinary meeting of audio data scientists spawns creative research collaborations
3 October 2022
Hi all! Yesterday I started compiling a list of bioacoustics software that I knew of: link. The list breaks software into groups by function (e.g....
1 July 2020
AudioMoth users, I recently wrote this guide to operating and deploying AudioMoths: https://github.com/rhine3/audiomoth-guide/blob/master/guide.md. The...
27 February 2019