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Kaleidoscope Pro

This one day course, aimed at ecological consultants, focuses on both the free and full versions of Kaleidoscope and its ability to analyse large data sets. The course will be led by Wildlife Acoustics' Paul Howden-Leach, an expert in Kaleidoscope Pro. The cost is £120.00, with all profits going to the Bat Conservation Trust.


25 February, 2020 | REGISTER HERE


31 March, 2020 | REGISTER HERE


20 October, 2020 | REGISTER HERE

Kaleidoscope Pro
February 19 & 20, 2020

Ready to take your acoustic analysis skills to the next level? Discover how Kaleidoscope Pro can automatically analyze, cluster and help identify gigabytes of ultrasonic and acoustic vocalizations in minutes.

With sessions on both Auto-ID bat analysis and bird & land animal acoustic analysis with clustering, we'll give you an in-depth understanding of Kaleidoscope Pro 5 — teaching you how every feature works in tandem to simplify workflows, accelerate analysis and enhance collaboration.

Kaleidoscope Pro

Wildlife Acoustics is collaborating with ERM to offer a three-day training course in bat acoustic and mist net surveys for new and experienced biologists.

The course will help you:

  • Consistently manually vet bat call files to classify species
  • Select productive sampling sites and set up bat detectors in the field
  • Download data from bat detectors and manage large volumes of data
  • Use Kaleidoscope Pro 5 analysis software to process call files for auto‐classification

Wildlife Acoustics Training

This two day course will provide a foundation for those participating in the North American Bat Monitoring Program, conducting environmental assessments, monitoring at wind energy developments and more.

The session starts with an introduction of ultrasound, the basics of bat acoustics and bat detector technology. The session continues with the "Ecology of Echolocation" and clutter continuum in a species-specific context. Cori will also cover species identification, site selection best practices and study design.