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Collecting Bat Acoustic Data Using Passive Recorders in Costa Rica

Published on: Author: ahall6 Leave a comment

Greetings friends, This is my first foreign correspondence while I am doing research on bats in Costa Rica. I will be following up at the end of my trip to sum up what I have learned from this experience. Currently, I am conducting acoustic surveys across Costa Rica using two Wildlife Acoustics SM4BAT full-spectrum passive… Continue reading

National Wildlife Federation Rocky Mountain Regional Center – lots of public lands, wildlife conservation, and “fun” with the new administration!

Published on: Author: eblair Leave a comment

It’s a fun situation when what you’re trying to protect is being slapped in the face by the new presidential administration. That’s not sarcasm. Really. It’s been an adventure, and we’re definitely making progress! Here at the NWF-RMRC in Denver, my main project is working on public land protection and energy development mitigation with the Dept.… Continue reading

Fun stuff with R

Published on: Author: dmetlay Leave a comment

I’m working with a couple of PhD students at University of Washington, being as one of their assistants. My focus is to find the home ranges of mule and white tail deer using R studio and ArcMap. Seems a simple task. Unfortunately, I wish that is so.