Wildlife Acoustics Bloggers

Nicole Wright

3 New SM4/SM4BAT Features Available Now

3 New SM4/SM4BAT Features Available Now

Here at Wildlife Acoustics, we're always listening. Our Song Meter SM4 and SM4BAT represent hardware and software improvements from over a decade of customer feedback.

While we have gotten very positive responses from the field, we still had a few feature requests that we knew we could add to make them even better.

The best part is that they are free and can be added with a simple firmware update! 

5 Can't-Miss Events at The L.L. Bean Maine Audubon Birding Festival

5 Can't-Miss Events at The L.L. Bean Maine Audubon Birding Festival

The L.L. Bean Maine Audubon Birding Festival (May 25-27, 2018) is right around the corner! Birders and bird-enthusiasts of all ages and abilities will be flocking to Freeport, Maine for the weekend. Will you be one of them? 

If you're already starting to plan your itinerary, you can browse the entire schedule here.

Can't decide? We've created a short list of events and activities you definitely won’t want to miss:

Spring (bat acoustics) Training is here!

With spring in full force, many of you are already bringing your bat detectors to the field. Be ready for the next phase of analysis by attending one of our in-depth bat acoustics training courses. A variety of locations, course duration, and content are available depending on what suits you best.

Wildlife Acoustics is proud to support wildlife conservation efforts

Merlin Tuttle's Bat Conservation Bat Conservation International Bat Conservation Trust Wildlife Habitat Counsil