It is a very cold day in January as I write this. The temperature has dropped below zero (Fahrenheit) and there is snow on the ground.
One of the most compelling reasons to buy a dedicated bioacoustics recorder is to be able to schedule recordings tailored to your research needs. But if configuring it makes your life harder, the purpose of owning one is defeated. Enter the “configurator”, our free tool to make scheduling your Song Meter quick and easy.
You’ve been recording for months. You go back out in the field, anxious to retrieve the data you’ve collected. You check the SD card. There’s not nearly as much data as you should have. The recording schedule that you programmed indicates that you should have been recording, and the SM2 itself is still functioning, but recording was only triggered a handful of times.
Guest Blog: The Pitfalls of Permitting
Hi, I’m Florencia Sangermano. I’m a recipient of Wildlife Acoustic Grant Q1-2019 and I’m going to be sharing some of my research experiences as a gues...