Bioacoustics is proving to be an indispensable tool for studying our natural world and monitoring changes in biodiversity brought about by anthropogenic pressures and climate change. For this reason, The Habitat Foundation is embarking on a long-term bioacoustics research programme based at The Habitat Penang Hill.
In line with efforts to boost capacity in bioacoustics among local researchers, we are pleased to announce a two-day online bioacoustics/sound analysis workshop on the 25th and 28th January 2021 organized by the the Malaysian Primatological Society (MPS) in collaboration with the Centre for Conservation Bioacoustics at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. This training is supported by The Habitat Foundation and Universiti Sains Malaysia.
This highly-regarded course is designed for researchers and students working in Southeast Asia who use or plan to use bioacoustic methods for wildlife studies. There is an optional third day for one-on-one consultation with Cornell researchers. For more information and to sign up, we encourage you to visit MPS’s website.
Spaces are limited, so please register early and share this opportunity with interested colleagues and students. Participation is on a first come first served basis. There is a small registration fee of RM40.