Bioacoustics will revolutionize biodiversity monitoring, transform how we evaluate the effectiveness of conservation, and create new opportunities to engage the public around wildlife and ecosystems. The K. Lisa Yang Center for Conservation Bioacoustics is at the forefront of this movement and it’s a great honor to be involved.
Bioacoustics data and research will also generate substantial opportunities to inform and strengthen environmental news reporting globally.
Additionally, there is great potential for bioacoustics data to serve as a source of story ideas. We’re hoping to expand Mongabay’s use of bioacoustics data in reporting in the future.