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Welcome to Wildlife Bioacoustics Analytics!

Bioacoustics is a scientific field that advances our knowledge of the health of ecosystems. Thanks to extended acoustic monitoring projects, conservationists are getting closer to understanding the sound rhythms of habitats to best protect endangered species and minimize the impact of anthropogenic sounds on habitats.

Wildlife Bioacoustics Analytics is a Canadian company created in 2022 by Ines Moran, who received a M.Sc. in bioacoustics from the University of Windsor, Canada, and a Ph.D. in bioacoustics from the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Since 2015, Ines has processed bioacoustic data using programming languages like R and has gained a deeper understanding of the complex bioacoustic workflows that are required to analyze bioacoustic data. She develops complex computational techniques to extract, detect, count, and measure sound from audio recordings. Through Wildlife Bioacoustics Analytics, she provides analytic services, writes reports on the methods used in her analysis, and shares impactful results, mainly about wildlife conservation, with her clients.

Ines enjoys helping her clients or anyone interested in bioacoustics solve problems related to their conservation projects, fire detection projects, bioacoustic art projects, and much more. She also enjoys collaborating on scientific research papers and reports. 

Feel free to contact Wildlife Bioacoustics Analytics, and Ines will discuss with your team how her expertise can help your team troubleshoot some of its complex bioacoustic problems. 

Best regards,


Ines Moran

Wildlife Bioacoustics Analytics


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Analyzing the data

Photo credit: Ines Moran 2017


Photo credit: Katie McGuire 2017

Image by Florian Olivo
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