Wildlife Acoustics Bloggers

Nicole Wright

FREE In-depth Training Courses in 2019!

Would you like to become a Kaleidoscope Pro power user? 

Ian Agranat, CEO of Wildlife Acoustics and creator of Kaleidoscope Pro software, is going to 3 cities in North America at the beginning of 2019 to conduct 3 in-depth seminar sessions on Kaleidoscope for bat and non-bat analysis.

We know that many of our customers have to juggle multiple responsibilities, including data analysis, and that this can be daunting. You may not have the time or resources to 

Join the #BatWeek Twitterstorm!

Join the #BatWeek Twitterstorm!

It's that time of year again--Bat Week is just one day away! 

At Wildlife Acoustics, we love to see people connect with bats. Whether it's on a bat walk with the Echo Meter Touch for the first time, or by reading bat facts online, we want everyone to know how amazing and diverse these flying mammals are. 

By being a part of the Bat Week committee every year, we are happy to be able to spread the word about bats, but we need your help too! 

3 Tips to Prevent Wind Noise From Ruining Your Recordings

3 Tips to Prevent Wind Noise From Ruining Your Recordings

Field research presents a multitude of challenges, and wind noise may be one of the most frustrating. Not only is it out of our control, but excess wind can lead to distorted recordings, making it difficult to salvage the audio data that you are interested in analyzing. 

While you may not be able to take all the wind noise out of the recordings, you can significantly reduce its impact with a few simple tactics: 

Wildlife Acoustics is proud to support wildlife conservation efforts

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