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Eavesdropping technology helps protect endangered birds

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Video interview available from Reuters at: https://uk.mobile.reuters.com/video/2019/03/04/eavesdropping-technology-helps-protect-e?videoId=521809144&videoChannel=4000

Eavesdropping’ technology and artificial intelligence has helped scientists listen in on an endangered bird population in a remote part of New Zealand. Ella Wilks-Haper reports.

 

Written by Dr John Ewen

I have been interested and working with hihi since I was involved with establishing the Tiritiri Matangi island population through translocation in 1995. I am now employed as a Research Fellow at the Zoological Society of London and have been here since 2004. My research is multi-disciplinary and focusses on small population biology and management. I use decision science to assist in planning hihi management and drive our applied research with this species and have experience in molecular and behavioural ecology, wildlife health and nutrition and reintroduction biology.

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