Wild Me Newsletter

March 2022

Presentation at Wild Dogs United 2022

Maureen Reilly, President of Tech 4 Conservation presented with Jason Holmberg, Executive Director of Wild Me, at Wild Dogs United 2022. The talk introduced the African Carnivore Wildbook to wild dog researchers. Check out the presentation on YouTube to learn how Wildbook brings collaboration and AI to wild dog researchers across Africa!

Check out Wild Me and other amazing conservation technology projects in a recent article in The Hill!

Wild Me was mentioned in a recent article published in The Hill, entitled "These new technologies could transform wildlife conservation". The article was written by Trang Chu Minh. Find a list of other recent articles on our press page.

Matching for yellow-bellied toads

We recently added support for yellow-bellied toads (Bombina variegata) to the Amphibian and Reptile Wildbook. One unique thing about how these animals are studied: researchers catalogue the toads by (lightly) squishing them against a pane of glass (but these cute frogs are never harmed!).
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