Animal tracking technologies are rapidly developing and are widely used in science and conservation. We would like to get a global snapshot of the methods and technologies that are currently used, how and on which animals they are used and what experience has been gained.
Results of this survey will help to set the focus in shortly arising animal tracking guidelines in WWF's Conservation Technology Guidelines series and they will be at the Biologging Society's disposal.
If you are involved in several rather diverse tracking studies please think of the largest or the most recent project. You are also warmly invited to fill more than one form for different studies.
In the end, before the form is submitted, you can enter name and e-mail or stay completely anonymous (we do not store IP addresses). There are no mandatory fields. You may skip any question that you don't want or are not able to answer.
Please help us and feel free to forward the link to this survey to colleagues that might also be willing to share their knowledge and experience in animal tracking.
Thank you very much for your support!
Wolfgang Fiedler, Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, Germany