Wild Me Newsletter

July 2022

Wild Me participates in Smithsonian's Folklife Festival

Panel: "Tech Breakthroughs for Animals and Communities"
This year's Smithsonian Folklife festival emphasized Earth Optimism, a theme which "focuses on changing the narrative from doom-and-gloom to hope, inspiring action and mobilizing a global community." The event included a panel discussion on "Tech Breakthroughs for Animals and Communities", featuring five experts in the field including Wild Me's Executive Director and Cofounder Jason Holmberg. 

Citizen science reveals new information about whale sharks in the Gulf of Thailand

A paper published last month by Magson, K., Monacella E., et al. used citizen science data to deduce information about the seasonal presence and population structure of whale sharks in the Gulf of Thailand. 

Second Codex platform released: Seals! 

We are very excited to announce the release of the Seal Codex, a new platform for seal ID and tracking. Ongoing development of this platform is being funded by BOEM, including detection and identification for harbor and grey seals. Ringed seals are also supported.
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