Acoustic data from the Australian Wildlife Conservancy’s Bowra Sanctuary is now available! Sensors have been collecting information across Bowra for the past couple of months, recording many of the property’s arid bird species. Soundscapes range from dry Mulga plains (Bowra Dry A and Bowra Dry B) to the creeks and waterholes dotted throughout this unique landscape (Bowra Wet A and Bowra Wet B).
Acoustic data may now be accessed for the Samford Ecological Research Facility (SERF). SERF is managed by the Queensland University of Technology, and affiliated with the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN). These are the first available recordings for the A2O, with acoustic sensors actively monitoring the soundscapes of eucalypt woodland (SERF Dry A and SERF Dry B) and notophyll vine forest (SERF Wet A and SERF Wet B) on the outskirts of Brisbane in South-East Queensland.