Drones Offer Big Potential, Small Footprint for Conservation

Environmental Scientists Map Two Projects in South Texas

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Dec 14, 2016 · 6 min read
Justin with Donna and her team in the field

Increasing Public Awareness of Drones

Research Conducted with Drone Maps is Safer, Less Invasive

Map of canyon showing bigtooth maple trees.

“I’m excited about the accessibility [drone mapping] gives us to areas we previously could not access,” says Donna Taylor. “Drone imagery can connect people with natural areas in a way like never before.” [click-to-tweet]

Drone Map Helps Conservationists Monitor Habitats

Section of nature preserve, including a 110 million-year-old reef from the Cretaceous period

“Compared to other imagery…[drone maps] are just so much more compelling and easy to comprehend for most people.”

Map of entire preserve

An Unexpected Benefit: Scientists Find Great Blue Heron Nests with Drone

Aerial video showing the heron rookery

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