Our development of ever smaller and lighter-weight tags has allowed a wide range of species to be GPS tracked for the first time ever.
High accuracy tracking during key stages of the animal’s annual cycles has provided completely new insights into their behaviour and land-use.
Does Wales hold the key for saving the puffin from extinction?
Researchers have attached tiny GPS tracking devices and cameras to the seabirds to find out where they go to get their food, how they catch it and exactly what they are eating.
Pathtrack is at the Ornithological Congress 2018 in Vancouver
We will be exhibiting at booth number 528 at the 27th International Ornithological Congress in Vancouver, Canada from August 19th - 26th 2018