What a crazy 2020 but we weathered the storm. We can’t wait to see you back out on the water and gathering all that incredible data. Wildlife Computers will be closed for two weeks over the holiday season from December 21-January 3. We will be back...

Instead of staying near Antarctic shelf breaks and enjoying ALL the krill, Antarctic minke whales appear to search for areas with gaps in the ice and then hang out there until the surrounding ice melts. It really is neat what you can discover with some...

Wildlife Computers tags are used in a variety of scientific research. This article contains links to the most recent published papers available utilizing our tags. Changes in ocean conditions and hurricanes affect porbeagle Lamna nasus diving behavior St. Helena: An Important Reproductive Habitat for Whale...

A new study published by the University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science shows the power of Wildlife Computers Activity Time Series data product. “The new feature available on the Wildlife Computers MiniPAT tag has an integrated accelerometer for measuring activity,...

Check out this quarter's newsletter for a look at how our prototype Scout-CTD tag is showing promising field results, the benefits of our redesigned leatherback tags, and greater insight on why your MiniPAT tag released. You will also find the latest research (June-September), stories on...

One of the most common questions we get from researchers is "Why did my MiniPAT release?" This can be a tough question to answer because reasons can vary. The best way to find out the root cause is to dig into the data and how...

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