A new shark display opened at the Australian Museum. This display will go mobile next year in the US and in New Zealand in 2024. The display highlights how sharks are tagged and tracked. ...

Wildlife Computers is excited to sponsor the upcoming Ocean Commotion 5K hosted by Marine Mammals of Maine (MMoME). In its eighth year, this annual event is a fundraiser for MMoME’s work to respond to stranded marine mammals and sea turtles in Maine, care for sick,...

Supply chain issues have made doing business interesting and Wildlife Computers is no exception. Over the next few months, you will notice a few things might look differently. Urethane Parts of our pop-up and turtle tags are cast with urethane in various places—most noticeably on the...

NOAA gave a media briefing on September 27th, announcing the exciting news of a launch date for a new Argos-4 instrument. This launch has been 10 years in the making. This Argos-4 instrument will be a hosted payload (HoPS) aboard the General Atomic’s GAzelle commercial...

On November 9, 2019, a sub-adult loggerhead was stranded on Long Island due to cold stunning, a phenomenon like hypothermia. In addition to being cold-stunned, the animal also was entangled in a monofilament fishing line and had evidence of some sort of vessel interaction. The animal...

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To determine battery health for tags programmed in Tag Agent, you must look deeper than the tag voltage. This only shows you tag voltage when there is no stress on the battery. The voltage you want to check is when the tag is transmitting as this...

Project Kingfish recently had its first successful Sydney satellite tag deployment. How does their program work? First, a kingfish is caught. Then the satellite tag is secured into the muscle of the kingfish, anchoring the dart between the pterygiophores (fin bones) much like an NSW...

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