When Aerospace Meets Conservation

Satellite data is used by conservationists for many Earth-based initiatives. Scientists are utilizing images from 372 miles above the planet to count elephants in South Africa’s Addo Elephant National Park. This cutting edge technology could help anti-poaching efforts and aid in protecting endangered elephant troops crossing international borders. Red Canyon is proud to support missions to “improve our own,” including wildlife!

Elephants counted from space for conservation

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