Testimonials

4 May, 2017

Bat – Russia

Definition of roost and feeding sites of Northern bat (Eptesicus nilssonii) on Samarian Luka (Russia) Is the most abundant species of bat in northern Eurasia. Research problems included identification of day shelters, feeding sites and nature of their use. Approximately 11 distinct feeding sites were revealed. The most remote site is registered at a distance […]

4 May, 2017

Hare – Mexico

The use of telemetry on study project for Isthmus hare Lepus flavigularis, endangered species. Lepus flavigularis is considered as the most endangered species of hare in the world. Throughout this monitoring was possible to record data that had not previously been reported. The use of telemetry equipment was essential. Text : Arturo Carrillo Reyes and […]

4 May, 2017

Howler monkey – Brazil

Reintroduction of the howler monkey (Alouatta clamitans) in Sao Paulo, Brazil, using telemetry. Endemic and almost threatened of extinction in Sao Paulo state. The use of telemetry has been of great importance in howlers monitoring because of difficulties imposed due to the closed vegetation and irregular topography of the areas. Sao Paulo (23°32.0’S; 46°37.0’W), a […]

5 May, 2017

Telenax training – Crocodile – Panama

Telenax telemetry training on a Crocodile project in Coiba island, Panama. The island of Coiba conserves a pristine condition and is identified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Alex Campos from Telenax was invited to provide the “Crocodile Telemetry Workshop” Field Course which was funded by the SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION Lead by Miryam Venegas, Ph. […]

5 May, 2017

Lizard – Argentina

Estimation of Home Range of Liolaemus multimaculatus and Liolaemus wiegmannii at a coastal dune zone L. multimaculatus presents a vulnerable conservation status. The signal was received even when individuals were buried in the sand (between 2 and 3 cm) or inside a small cave Home range of Liolaemus wiegmannii and Liolaemus multimaculatus in coastal Pampean […]

5 May, 2017

Crowned Eagle – Argentina

Reconstitution of rescued specimens of Crowned Eagle and study of habitat use.  Crowned eagle (Harpyhaliaetus coronatus) is one of the most endangered birds of prey of the Neotropical region. The result of Telenax transmitters have favored us during fieldwork, we have found the tagged animals in less time thanks to its directionality and clean signal despite the difficult terrain. Marked […]

5 May, 2017

Rabbit – Mexico

Research Project on Rabbits in La Malinche, Tlaxcala Mexico. Mountain Rabbit Sylvilagus cunicularius is an endemic specie of Mexico considered as “endangered specie”. Another advantage that we have found with this equipment has been to know when a rabbit is dead thanks to the Mortality sensor. This way we have found remains of even fresh […]

5 May, 2017

Subterranean rodent – Argentina

Research project of area of action for Ctenomys mendocinus. The tuco-tuco mendocino is a species of the genus that inhabits one of the most arid regions of Argentina The equipment worked very well for the study of the home-range of these subterranean rodents. It allowed not only to know how tuco-tuco uses its space, but […]

5 May, 2017

Eastern Box Turtle – USA

Eastern Box Turtle (Terrapene carolina carolina) radio telemetry movement and habitat use study with resident and relocated turtles Due to the increase in residential, commercial and road development box turtles may be forced to wander out of their ever shrinking isolated habitats into lands used by humans The Telenax transmitter has performed wonderfully despite extreme […]

5 May, 2017

American Mink – Czech Republic

Biology of an invasive species American mink (Mustela vision) on the Sazava River in the Czechomoravian highlands. American mink is an alien, invasive species in the Czech Republic, and it could cause a serious damage to the natural ecosystems. The range of the TELENAX´s TXE-207IH transmitter is 1000 meters (once implanted and with an internal coil antenna). In comparison […]

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