Crowned Eagle Research

Run by Dr Shane McPherson since 2012 this project has to date tagged over 100 nestlings. December 2018 saw us fit a satellite device to a rehabilitated Crowned eagle from Raptor Rescue.

IoT GPS in conjunction with Dr Shane McPherson, will be fitting two sponsored test Chipfox devices,working on the Sigfox network to two juvenile crowned eagles

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