WDFW To Use Drones For Counting Salmon Spawning Nests In Wenatchee River

Unmanned aerial vehicles, also known as drones, can be used for any number of activities too difficult or time consuming for people, from surveying back-country power lines to aerial livestock surveillance.

Local wildlife managers will deploy drones to count spawning salmon in the Wenatchee River basin this fall.

Photo: Wash. Dept. of Fish & Wildlife

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