The roads not taken

The roads not taken

May 09, 2023

A new children’s book charts the many roads taken (or not) by scientists from Die Junge Akademie from childhood into a research career more

Dog standing in field wearing a GPS tracker.

MPI-AB joins forces with GPS pet tracking company - Tractive - to explore if dogs and cats can detect natural disasters before they happen. more

Seabirds in the eye of the storm

Tolerance to strong winds and storm avoidance strategy differs among seabird species more

Fireworks have long-lasting impact on birds

A study GPS tracked geese before and after New Year’s Eve, revealing changes in behavior that persisted well after the fireworks ended

MoveApps wins 2022 Conservation Tech Award

The movement analysis platform was awarded the prize for leveraging animal tracking’s Big Data to safeguard wildlife across the globe. more

Scientists unearth another brain-shrinking mammal

A study of moles reveals that cold weather—not lack of food—drives the rare phenomenon of reversible brain shrinkage in mammals more

A powerful picture 

A powerful picture 

September 15, 2022

Movebank partners with Audubon on a cutting-edge visual resource for conserving migratory birds more

Study achieves longest continuous tracking of migrating insects

By flying with hawkmoths during migration, scientists reveal the insects employ sophisticated flight strategies similar to vertebrates

Tanner Warder, Wyoming Coop Unit/Wyoming Migration Initiative

Animals likely rely on social factors to guide migration, suggests a new research synthesis from Konstanz, bringing together research from 100 scientific publications more


Code-free conservation

July 14, 2022

System lets conservationists analyze animal tracking data quickly and easily for rapid protection of wildlife more

First atlas of bird migration across three continents is launched

The Eurasian-African Bird Migration Atlas sets a milestone for more effective implementation of conservation measures more

Hannah Williams

Why a young scientist is on the search for Optimal Movement Theory more

Storks, Alejandro Onrubia

A pair of GPS studies brings clarity to a burning climate question: can wind turbines and migrating birds coexist? more

Data from space unveils a global view of animals on the move

By scaling up space-based tracking, an “internet of animals” can help us measure and mitigate change on the planet more

ICARUS antenna on the International Space Station

Greystone Books, Piper Verlag, and Scribe Publications announce nonfiction book by Martin Wikelski, the founder of ICARUS more

Solving animal tracking’s Big Data problem

The Movebank ecosystem of tools offers a one-stop-shop solution to storing, sharing, and making sense of the deluge of data generated by the animal tracking revolution more

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