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Wildlife Acoustics contributes technology as Open Source!

Update March 31, 2017:

In order to offer more flexibility from potential users of our meta data and WAC reader, we now use the MIT open software license (instead of GNU GPLv3). We have also added some additional meta data tags. The latest can be found at wa_meta-1.1.zip and wac2wavcmd-1.1.zip.

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Our kids are drawing science from cartoons

Our kids are drawing science from cartoons

Trying to raise environmentally conscious children in a world filled with iPads and televisions is an ever-constant challenge. As a mother of a young daughter I struggle to make her aware of the biology in the world around her.

It’s a two way conversation at the Dolphin Communication Project!

It’s a two way conversation at the Dolphin Communication Project!

When you’re working with animals as precocious as dolphins, the lines can sometimes be blurred as to who is observing whom!

SM2+ in the classroom: MARA Project

SM2+ in the classroom: MARA Project

In Maryland, a group of 1300 amateur scientists have teamed up to document species of amphibians and reptiles by using high tech acoustic monitoring devices and mapping technology. They’re the seventh graders of Calvert County School System and they’re an integral part of the Maryland Amphibian and Reptile Atlas.