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Duke University: New Project Uses Phones And Drones To Monitor Endangered Species

Duke University: New Project Uses Phones And Drones To Monitor Endangered Species. “Conservation researchers have developed an interactive software tool called ConservationFIT that can ‘read’ digital images of animal footprints captured from smartphones, cameras or drones and accurately identify the species, sex and age of the animal that made the tracks, and even match tracks to individual animals. 41 more words

New Resources

“I have been impressed with the urgency of doing.

Knowing is not enough; we must apply.

Be willing is not enough; we must do.”

Leonardo da Vinci.

Conservation

Ngwenya, the first APU canine

Canines are a highly sought after and integral part of the most successful anti-poaching units. With advanced training, their keen skills enable rangers to be more effective and efficient. 82 more words

Rhinos

June Volunteer Programme

Here’s our brand new volunteer task programme for June

June Volunteer Programme

Acting Senior Ranger Stuart

Conservation

A Camera Is Mightier Than A Sword!

Living the change he wants to see.

Mr. Nachiappan is currently pursuing his B.com at Guru Nanak College.  His passion for photography has lead him to put this passion to good use. 137 more words

ENVIRONMENT

Duke University Uses Crowd-Sourcing And Drones To Save Endangered Species

New Project Uses Phones And Drones To Monitor Endangered Species

“Conservation researchers have developed an interactive software tool called ConservationFIT that can “read” digital images of animal footprints captured from smartphones, cameras or drones and accurately identify the species, sex and age of the animal that made the tracks, and even match tracks to individual animals.

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Drones Are Good