MAY 18 @ 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

(rescheduled from an earlier date)

via Zoom

Bio: Glen started birding in Brooklyn at age 10 and was a regular of
Brooklyn Bird Club trips and meetings until graduating high school in
1995.  Since then Glen has worked a myriad of field jobs and as a tour
leader.  Glen resides in Cape May with his wife Kashi and currently works
at Cellular Tracking Technologies as well as a counselor in the summer for
Camp Cascades for Young Birders.

Talk Summary: California Condors can now be “geo-fenced” to avoid wind
turbine collisions!  Small songbirds and so many more critters can be
remotely detected by itsy bitsy radio transmitters!  The world of wildlife
tracking is exciting and always changing! In the 14 years since Cellular
Tracking Technologies started with the worlds first GPS and Cellular
platform tracking unit (originally used with Golden Eagle) many
developments have led to wide variety of tracking application for wildlife.
Join ornithologist and tour leader, turned electronics developer Glen Davis for
a presentation and overview of the leading trends in wildlife tracking
research and development.

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