Bat Survey

EcoAerial recently teamed staff from Spectrum Ecology, Damien and Astrid, to undertake targeted surveys for the EPBC Act listed Corben’s Long-eared Bat in north-west Victoria. We caught 6 species including the very impressive White-striped Freetail Bat pictured above.

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Automated data collection

EcoAerial regularly deploys a range of equipment that records information remotely. The use of this equipment increases the survey effort substantially, allows for detailed statistical analysis, reduces OH&S risks, and combined with data analysis software reduces the overall cost.

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Spatial data

EcoAerial was engaged to undertake aerial mapping of 100ha of vegetation at decommissioned salt ponds near Geelong Victoria. As part of the approval process we were required to consult with CASA and AirServices Australia prior to undertaking the flights.

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Spatial dataLaura Coutts
Current Research

Whilst presenting at the International EcoAcoustics conference earlier this year, we learnt of new sound recording equipment that has the potential to revolutionise how we undertake acoustic surveys.

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Sound analysisLaura Coutts