Four of CTT’s staff, including President and CEO, Mike Lanzone, participated in various young birder programs over the summer. Read on to find out more about their exciting times!
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.
CTT’s President and CEO, Mike Lanzone, is in Peru with some of the world’s greatest tropical ecologists, heading to the Cocha Cashu 2050 Meeting.
The Wetlands Institute, using the newest CTT technology, is helping to better understand the needs of these amazing creatures.
I mean really, who doesn’t love a full-featured backend? Ours is pretty sweet, if we do say so ourselves!
Gone are the days of your animals wandering out of range: The ES500 by Cellular Tracking Technologies the only GPS/GSM/ARGOS hybrid transmitter on earth…or anywhere.
Mike Lanzone, CEO of Cellular Tracking Technologies, talks about what drove the development of lightweight GPS+GSM transmitters. Wildlife biologists researching potential conflicts with wind power turbines in Pennsylvania, USA, and curious about the origin and destination of Eastern Golden Eagles compelled Mike and his colleagues to develop something better than satellite technology. The resulting high-frequency […]
The CTT LifeTag is a tremendous advance in multi-year wildlife research, especially for smaller animals. Here are five ways it beats old-school VHF tracking. If you’re not excited yet, wait until the bonus material!
You have GOT to see this! People have asked us for some time now about getting location data on a variety of smaller critters, especially smaller birds, rodents, turtles and reptiles. The wildlife biologists we’ve partnered with for years, met at conferences, and collaborated with have long challenged not only Cellular Tracking Technologies, but ANY […]