With the increased number of unmanned aerial vehicles also known as drones, there's no doubt that new heights in terms of aerial photography been reached. However, great power comes with great consequences, and various reports suggest that animals are suffering from drone intrusions. Because of this, conservationists are calling the attention of authorities to help protect animals from drones.
Experts say that filming animals using drones can cause disturbances in the wildlife in ways 'people are yet to understand replica bags'. That is the reason why researchers at the University of Adelaide's Unmanned Research Aircraft Facility (URAF) and the Speednetworker.co.uk believe that the use of drones in filming the wildlife should be regulated.
"Hopefully, we can develop species-specific protocols so researchers can use drones as a powerful and low-impact ecological research tool," said Jarrod Hodgson of URAF, in an interview with replica handbags uk.
They have used drones in their research and as experts, they understand that the animals should be protected during this era of technology. Jarrod Hodgson and Lian Pin Koh, the director of URAF and Speednetworker.co.uk, published a 'Code of Conduct' to help protect the animals from invasive drone practices.
Recently, images of animals taken by drones proliferate in various social media platforms. They may look fascinating to watch, but experts say there are consequences linked to animal's excessive exposure to drones.