Fwd: [Raptor_conservation] videography tool used for New Zealand Falcon

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Subject: Fwd: [Raptor_conservation] videography tool used for New Zealand Falcon research offers potential for other species
From: Carl Clifford <>
Date: Sun, 26 Dec 2010 11:04:24 +1100
Dear All,

Those who are interested in videoing birds, this might be of interest.


Carl Clifford

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From: Stanley Moore <>
Date: 26 December 2010 3:08:14 AM
Subject: [Raptor_conservation] videography tool used for New Zealand
Falcon research offers potential for other species

click on the title below for access to the pdf of the entire paper

A portable low‐cost remote videography system for monitoring wildlife

SM Kross… - Methods in Ecology and Evolution - Wiley Online Library
... Correspondence: Sara M. Kross,. ... Our study species, the New
Zealand falcon, Falco
novaeseelandiae (hereafter falcon), has been the subject of relatively little scientific ... out in Marlborough, at the Northeast corner of New Zealand's South Island, in the vineyards and ...
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