Wildlife Drones

  • Koala on a Eucalyptus tree in Queensland, Australia

    Take your
    wildlife tracking
    to new heights

    Experience the future of wildlife conservation with Wildlife Drones’ proven telemetry technology. Our world-leading technology provides you with the unparalleled ability to collect more data, more often with less effort across any terrain.

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  • Feral Pigs, wild boars in the wild

    Take your
    invasive species management
    to new heights

    Deliver targeted and more effective interventions to counter invasive species, like foxes, cane toads and burmese pythons, with our advanced telemetry system and the accurate and real-time data Wildlife Drones offers.

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  • Livestock and farm animals in the field

    Take your
    livestock management
    to new heights

    Wildlife Drones provides the accurate livestock surveillance you need to track your farm animals and monitor their welfare and security.

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20297+

Number of
data points collected

38+

Number of
species tags tracked

1212+

Number of
drone flights

Wildlife Drones holding a drone in a field of grass

Wildlife Drones’ telemetry technology

Wildlife Drones has reinvented animal tracking from the ground up. Our innovative radio telemetry technology is here to help you track animals like never before for improved wildlife conservation. With our advanced telemetry technology, you now have the ability to track up to 40 radio-tagged animals simultaneously. Wildlife Drones empowers you to easily track wildlife, invasive species and livestock, even across the most difficult terrains like swamps, wetlands and rugged mountains. 

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Wildlife Drones drone tracking

Case Studies

Wildlife Conservation in wetlands, jungles, deserts,
mountains or rivers

Conservation Pangolin walking on the dirt ground

Conservation

Improve the conservation outcomes for a range of threatened species when you can better understand their movements and survival.


Invasive Species of dark feral pig in long green grass with other pigs in the background

Invasive Species

Implement more targeted control and management methods when you can track the movements of invasive species in real-time.


Livestock and farm animal of a sheep surrounded by yellow grass

Livestock

Manage your livestock more efficiently when you can rapidly track and locate your livestock whenever and wherever they are.


How do I start tracking
with Wildlife Drones?

Tracking with Wildlife Drones

1. Tag

Tag your animals with any VHF radio-tags.

2. Attach

Attach Wildlife Drones’ payload to your drone.

3. Fly

Launch the drone and start tracking – the radio-receiver will detect all your tagged animals at the same time.

4. View

Automatically view and save all your animal locations and tag signal data in real time.

How can we help?

Tailor made to suit your needs

Getting started doesn’t have to be a daunting task. Whether it’s tag distance testing, grant applications, pilot certifications, drone supply or in-field support – we are here for you every step of the way!

Latest News

  • The Wildlife Society’s Annual Conference

    Wildlife Drones are proud sponsors of The Wildlife Society’s 28th Annual Conference. This virtual event is one of North America’s largest gatherings – attracting thousands of wildlife researchers and managers from across the world. As sponsors, we will be hosting a virtual stall where you can chat to us and learn more about what we

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    The Wildlife Society’s Virtual Conference

    #TWS2021

    1st – 5th November, 2021

  • Ecological Society of Australia’s Conference

    Wildlife Drones are delighted to be attending the Ecological Society of Australia’s (ESA) annual conference. As exhibitors, we will be hosting a virtual stall where you can chat to us and learn more about our products and services. More details will be made available via this page and on our social media accounts closer to

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    Ecological Society of Australia’s Conference

    #ESA2021

    21st – 26th November, 2021

  • Australasian Wildlife Management Society’s Conference

    Wildlife Drones are delighted to be attending the Australasian Wildlife Management Society’s (AWMS) annual conference. As exhibitors, we will be hosting a virtual stall where you can chat to us and learn more about our products and services. More details will be made available via this page and on our social media accounts closer to

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    Australasian Wildlife Management Society’s Conference

    #AWMS2021

    7th – 9th December, 2021

  • The Australasian Bat Society Conference

    Wildlife Drones are proud sponsors of The Australasian Bat Society Conference and Annual General Meeting 2022. The event will be held virtually and in person. Event Details: When: Monday 11 – Wednesday 13 April 2022 Where: Online and at the Queensland University of Technology, Gardens Point Campus, Brisbane CBD Welcome Function: Sunday 10 April, an

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    The Australasian Bat Society Conference 2022

    #ABS22

    11th – 13th April, 2022

  • The Wildlife Society’s Annual Conference

    The Wildlife Society’s Annual Conference is one of the largest gatherings of wildlife professionals and supporters in North America. For more than 25 years, TWS has hosted this unique and informative event that provides dozens of networking opportunities through working groups, meetings and receptions as well as nearly 1,000 educational opportunities that encourage discussion and

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    The Wildlife Society’s Annual Conference

    #TWS22

    6th – 10th November, 2022

Andrew Windsor
Andrew Windsor
2022-02-24
Wildlife drones is such an exciting company and they are great to work with. Wonderful team!
Sylvia Tulloch
Sylvia Tulloch
2022-02-21
I’ve known Debbie and the Wildlife Drones team for several years and know how important it is to them to provide technology which helps researchers track animals, birds and even more unusual creatures.
Kieran Harris
Kieran Harris
2022-02-21
A one of a kind company deeply committed to wildlife and environmental conservation. Exceptional technology, innovative culture and professional service.
Natasha Rawlings
Natasha Rawlings
2022-02-21
An amazing team dedicated to helping customers find their tracked animals.
William Seiter
William Seiter
2022-02-18
I worked closely with the staff at Wildlife Drones for about a year. They were all extremely friendly and helpful and went the extra mile for us! I look forward to working with them as they improve and expand their technology!
Geoff Waring
Geoff Waring
2022-02-18
The Wildlife Drones CEO lives and breathes technology for conservation and animal control. This culture pervades the team so they are creative with the most difficult problems.
Scott McInnes
Scott McInnes
2022-02-18
Awesome company with a great vision and technology. The best at what they do!

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