A Raspberry Pi-based, RFID-equipped birdfeeder for the remote monitoring of wild bird populations

11 Jan 2020 Youngblood Mason

Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is an increasingly popular wireless technology that allows researchers to monitor wild bird populations from fixed locations in the field. Our lab has developed an RFID-equipped birdfeeder based on the Raspberry Pi Zero W, a low-cost single-board computer, that collects continuous visitation data from birds tagged with passive integrated transponder (PIT) tags... (read more)

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