Tracking movement is difficult, even with technological advances such as VHF and satellite tags that are still labor and time intensive, have exorbitant costs, and are restricted to large bodied organisms. The commercial availability of CTT LifeTags and the CTT SensorStation has opened up a whole new avenue of research by allowing high resolution tracking for smaller organisms at a reasonable cost. For the first time, after 50 years of monitoring this population of Florida Scrub-Jays, we are finally able to monitor an intriguing life stage of nonbreeding jays at an unprecedented scale. After a few days of tagging our first jay, we were already inundated by the amount of data we were receiving and were able to see where our jays going with incredible detail. We are excited to track multiple jays throughout the season which will help us gain a better understanding of spatial patterns, habitat use, and social interactions of nonbreeding jays which we have never been able to do before.