Robotic owls in bird research, video


This video from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA says about itself:

Roboraptors and the Alarm Call Network

15 March 2016

Erick Greene and his team employ “roboraptors”—taxidermied hawks and owls with robotic moving parts— to learn about how birds communicate with alarm calls when a predator is nearby.

For more: see here.

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