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The AviaNZ project is a collaboration between mathematicians, data scientists, and conservation biologists, to enable acoustic recordings of birdsong to be turned into reliable estimates of abundance

Our free, open-source, software is designed to let you analyse birdsong either manually or automatically. Train your own filters to detect any species of interest, or process folders of recordings, validate them, and export results as a spreadsheet.

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See more resources to help, including our cheat sheet of bird calls and spectrograms.

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Meet our diverse team of academics, students, and practitioners from New Zealand and around the world.

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Who's in our forests?


AviaNZ is among the sfTI
(Science for Technological Innovation) challenge SEED projects

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Bird counting computers

Listen to the Radio New Zealand interview with Stephen Marsland


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Sponsor a kiwi


To track and study our birds, we need radio-transmitters and radio-telemetry gear

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Conservation by numbers


Highlights from Victorious Spring
2018

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We are very grateful to the organisations that have given us funding for this work

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