Surveying Moose Populations with Drones in Northeast Washington #drone #droneday

From The Spokesman-Review on YouTube:

In this video a cow moose and her calf run across the frozen Washington landscape on Monday, Dec. 11, 2017. The drone capturing the video was flown for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and was a test to see if the agency will use drones in the future. The moose and calf were not fleeing the drone, instead running from a nearby human. The drone was piloted by Jason Hanlon, who owns and operates ExploreUAS, a company focusing on drone video, photography and mapping.

See more and read the accompanying full article from The Spokesman-Review

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