Little is known about the gray whales along the Pacific Northwest. A recent project tagged 32 whales with Wildlife Computers SPOT tags and three with ST-15 tags. The data obtained from this study filled in some gaps in overall range, individual residency, and movements between...

First marlin archival tagging study suggests new direction for research Abundance of Type A killer whales (Orcinus orca) in the coastal waters off the western Antarctic Peninsula Body condition influences ontogeny of foraging behavior in juvenile southern elephant seals Movements and habitat use of...

When we released Tag Agent 2.1.14 software program, we found out there was a problem with the auto-upgrade feature. If you are using this version, you will need to uninstall and reinstall Tag Agent to make sure you have the latest version. If you already...

Thank you all for an incredible year. We look forward to learning about all the new research projects in 2020. Wildlife Computers will be closed for the holiday season from December 20-January 2. We will be back in the office on January 3. Email at tags@wildlifecomputers.com...

GPE3 provides light-based geolocation estimates of movements from the light data collected by our tags. Learn more about the key benefits of using this statistically robust tool....

Biofouling is a scourge for scientists and researchers using tags to collect data from marine animals. Not only does biofouling add drag and reduce overall hydrodynamic performance but can also impede, or worse, eliminate the tag’s ability to communicate with Argos satellites. When a tag breaches,...

Did you know you can share your Argos data with other program owners? All you need to do is create a guest account. Wildlife Computers created a worksheet- Creating-Argos-Guest-Account- to walk you through it but here are the basics. Navigate to the login screen of...

Wildlife Computers released new tags over the last few months. Our LIMPET (Low Impact Minimally Percutaneous Electronic Transmitter) tags are widely used for cetacean tracking. The small footprint allows for deployment high on a dorsal fin to enable frequent transmissions to the Argos satellites. Last...

The Archelon group, the Sea Turtle Protection Society of Greece, is doing some amazing work. Last July the group tagged a female loggerhead in Kyparissia Bay with a Wildlife Computers satellite tag. You can see "Thalia's" tracks and where she headed a year later by...

  Investigating the drivers of vertical movement patterns in predatory pelagic fishes Report from a krill focused survey with RV Kronprins Haakon and land-based predator work in Antarctica during 2018/2019 Seasonal spatial segregation in blue sharks (Prionace glauca) by sex and size class in the...

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