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Wildlife and Drones: How We Can Reduce Disturbance While Capturing Images

Our California coastline is home to a large biodiverse group of species from seabirds to whales, dolphins, porpoises, and more. Some species of marine wildlife are adapting to the ever-changing coastline and managing to survive alongside the increase of human activities in these wild spaces.

Drones can be purchased easily and flown without a license. Currently, we don’t know the number of drones that are flown on the coast every day in California, but we do know it is increasing. Industry projections show that at least 7 Million drones will be in the sky by 2020. Human use of drones along the coastline can cause disturbance in sensitive areas for this wide range of species.

Speaker: Alicia Amerson, Alimosphere

Tuesday, 04/23/19


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