Drone Fauna Survey

Abel Ecology has the capacity to use a drone for fauna surveys. This enables the capture of animal life in hard to access areas such as potential tree hollows and difficult areas to access day or night.

A drone reduces the need for expensive cherry picker hire and cuts down on cost, time and also is far less invasive to any animals that may be on site. 

As hollows are often too dark to see in, we have thermal imaging to see in, this does not harm or interfere with the fauna.

  • 2D aerial images

  • Night vision and colour imagery

  • Photographic stills and video

  • Aerial view photography from a maximum of 120 metres in height

Please be aware there are a few specific areas within NSW that will require at least 21 days notice to visit as permission to fly from CASSA is required and weather dependant.