Alright - everyone who has asked for an invite on any social platform *should* have a calendar invite in their email from me (it'll be from my @fauna-flora.org email). If I've somehow missed you, can you please shout?
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"On a side note, I've discovered it's really hard to say "I'm interested in small buoys" without creating awkward silence in a room. "
HAHAHAHA... yeah, it's probably best not to ever do that.(read more)
I'm glad you like the WildLogger. It's actually a variant of a design we use all the time. Jacinta and I come from a background in environmental monitoring and international development. The types of designs and the problems are very similar to wildlife conservation and research... (read more)
Just saw this on Twitter - a database of all kinds of camera trap user manuals across brands and models. Thought it might be a helpful resource if you're struggling with an old or used camera that you don't have the manual for.
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No worries, thanks for responding!
I'd love to delve into more detail on this once the new series has started and I have an idea of the tools and kit required! I think what you're proposing sounds like a real space and energy saver on the machines so very excited about... (read more)
Thanks Carly! I was thinking similar things, you can identify shape a lot better when you see an object with depth rather than without.
The two cameras can be configured to be a long distance apart or closer together too which means animals right up close or really far away can be... (read more)
There are pros and cons to switching regulators and linear regulators. Linear regulators "throw away" the excess voltage in order to maintain a constant output voltage. This is wasteful, but on the plus side when the equipment is asleep then the linear regulator draws only... (read more)