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"Should I Update My Firmware?"

"Should I Update My Firmware?"
What is firmware?

Firmware is software that is embedded inside of hardware. In this case, the hardware is a bioacoustics recorder.

Recording in the Cold

Recording in the Cold

It is a very cold day in January as I write this. The temperature has dropped below zero (Fahrenheit) and there is snow on the ground.

5 Reasons to Download a free Song Meter Configurator

5 Reasons to Download a free Song Meter Configurator

One of the most compelling reasons to buy a dedicated bioacoustics recorder is to be able to schedule recordings tailored to your research needs. But if configuring it makes your life harder, the purpose of owning one is defeated. Enter the “configurator”, our free tool to make scheduling your Song Meter quick and easy.

Listening for Signs of Life: A case study on using acoustic monitoring to assess remote seabird populations

Biologist Luke Halpin
Biologist Luke Halpin:

“My research takes place in Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve, National Marine Conservation Area Reserve and Haida. Heritage Site in Haida Gwaii, an island archipelago off the west coast of British Columbia, 80km west of Prince Rupert. Haida Gwaii is home to 1.5 million breeding seabirds, including 50% of the global Ancient Murrelet population and large nesting populations of several other seabird species. Haida Gwaii is the only breeding location for Ancient Murrelets in Canada.