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We spent an evening with Ben, Kev, and Ross of the West Midlands Ringing Group (WMRG) to find out how they use thermal imaging devices to aid them in their bird ringing activities.

The guys use thermal imaging devices to monitor and survey birds across a wide range of habitats, so, armed with the Pulsar Merger LRF XL50 thermal imaging binoculars and the SiOnyx Aurora Pro digital night vision monocular, Dave at Thomas Jacks headed out into the fields to discover what they do and how their work provides landowners with a greater understanding of how many species are present on their land during the night — allowing them to introduce habitat management measures for those species.

Watch the video below to see how thermal imaging has given the WMRG a better understanding of habitats and land than traditional methods could achieve.

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