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Webinar: Tracking regional-scale bird movements

Learn how the MOTUS Wildlife Telemetry system enables researchers to tag birds as small as warblers, and track them in real time.
When Mar 20, 2015
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
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Combining miniaturized radio transmitters and an expansive network of receivers, the MOTUS Tracking System allows researchers to understand bird behavior and habitat use on a regional scale, and to use the information to improve conservation efforts. Learn how the system works, and how it is being applied during this free webinar.

The presenters:

  • Stewart Mackenzie, Bird Studies Canada, MOTUS Tracking System Manager
  • Phil Taylor, Bird Studies Canada Chair of Ornithology, Acadia University, Nova Scotia, Canada
  • Sarah Neima, M.Sc. student, Mount Allison University
  • Diana Hamilton, Associate Professor, Mount Allison University
  • Julie Paquet, Atlantic Canada Shorebird Biologist, Canadian Wildlife Service


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Teleconference Number: 866-762-5634 
Leader Passcode: 4958152 
Participant Passcode: 5866227


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