Camera catches drone scaring Wellington Point ospreys away from chick

Ellen-Maree ElliotQuest Newspapers A DRONE that forced a pair or parent ospreys to leave their nest and their chick has been caught on camera. Wellington Point...

Sampling CO2 and methane over Ascension Island using UAVs

A team of scientists and engineers have been able to sample methane and CO2 gases in the remote South Atlantic thanks to the redesign...

Cold Spot – Using a drone to count grey seals in Canada

When Duke University researchers wanted to try counting seals with a drone, they headed to Canada with two senseFly eBees and several types of...

Two drone pilots ticketed for ‘Orca Protection Violations’

By Amy Clancy Two men, including one from Mercer Island, have been issued tickets by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife for violating a protected...

Drone flights overhead cause stress for black bears, study says

By Lisa Johnson, CBC News Drones operated by researchers may have unintended consequences for wildlife, warns the lead author of a new study showing the buzzing of unmanned aerial vehicles overhead...

Atlantic Coast Conservancy first land trust to nab FAA approval for conservation-related drone use

Kelli Dugan With a little legal help from Mobile's own Hand Arendall LLC, the Atlantic Coast Conservancy Inc. became on May 11 the first nonprofit land trust to...

Drones to monitor 3D woody crops and measuring the area, height and volume of...

ImaPing Research Group (www.ias.csic.es/en/imaping), led by Dr. Francisca López-Granados of the Institute for Sustainable Agriculture from Cordoba, a center of the Spanish National Research...

Sea Robot and Drone Survey Nassau Sound

~ First of its kind collaboration to collect data in Nassau Sound Aquatic Preservation Area ~ NASSAU SOUND, FL. On Jun 19th, scientists and technology...

Drone imagery helps map flood risk

The use of aerial surveys from unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) has proved effective in mapping flood risk for the Environment Agency at the River...

Alaska researchers study sea otters with unmanned aircraft

by Sue Mitchell Watching marine life to gather data about behavior and abundance can be tedious and time-consuming for researchers, but recent studies indicate unmanned...