Wildlife Acoustics | Bioacoustic monitoring systems for research, science, industry and governments.

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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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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!

Wildlife Acoustics at sea, land…and now sky with BBC Cloud Lab expedition!

Wildlife Acoustics at sea, land…and now sky with BBC Cloud Lab expedition!
Jennifer Krauel

Not too long ago, we announced that the revolutionary solar-powered research ship, MS Tûranor PlanetSolar had embarked from Boston on its DeepWater Expedition along the Gulf Stream with a Wildlife Acoustics SM2+ bioacoustics recorder and hydrophone in tow.

On World Listening Day, we want to hear from you

On World Listening Day, we want to hear from you

“I remind myself every morning: Nothing I say this day will teach me anything. So if I'm going to learn, I must do it by listening” - Larry King

The SM2+ climbs aboard the Turanor PlanetSolar!

The SM2+ climbs aboard the Turanor PlanetSolar!

The world's largest solar powered boat, the Turanor PlanetSolar, is on a mission to spread the message of sustainable energy while investigating and raising public awareness about climate change. It is currently on it's 2013 DeepWater expedition, where the boat will travel along the Gulf Stream, collecting data from both water and air. We are pleased to announce that our very own SM2+ bioacoustics recorder will be traveling along with it. This past Friday, I went with our Product Manager, Sherwood Snyder, and Mona Doss, Director of Sales, to show the science team how to use the device which we had just donated to them.