Sound analysis is increasingly becoming a valuable tool for resource management, habitat health assessment, regulatory compliance goals, animal behavior studies and even documenting the effects of climate change. Unattended acoustic recorders provide a non-invasive and cost-effective technique to support these types of projects. This is especially true for herpetology research, where study sites may be difficult to access, and timing and conditions make traditional methods of monitoring challenging. Acoustic recordings can help determine population trends, find unknown populations, and answer other research questions to support conservation efforts.

This will be a hands-on workshop to teach participants the features and configuration options of the Song Meter Mini 2 acoustic recorders.

There are thousands of species of frogs in the world, each with its own repertoire of calls. Learn how to find them!

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Wildlife Acoustics Workshop:
Turning Sound into Discovery