‘Unmanned Aerial Vehicle’ Documents Songbirds With No Bias

Ecologists proposed to combine acoustic monitoring and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) in obtaining unbiased survey data for vocal bird species. UAVs are simply called drones.

According to the published journal in BioOne, conducting a survey data for songbirds is a very challenging task because of observer biases, habitat coverage biases, and logistical constraints. By using drones together with bioacoustics monitoring, the enumerated biases could be reduced during surveys …


The Science Times | March 1, 2017

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