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We can collect the data you need, or help you do it yourself. We provide ‘how to’ protocols that will guide you through the process of deploying, programming, and retrieving your audio data. Or, let us do it for you!
We have a team of expert taxonomists that will translate your audio recordings into species identifications. You can also upload your data and add it to our publicly available database of audio files.
Once the audio recordings have been translated into species identifications, we will prepare a report that fully describes the results. Each report will be accompanied by the full data set of species identifications.
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