CHURCHILL NAVIGATION

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September 2016 || Churchill Navigation features OAR and it’s fire reconnaissance missions on their homepage.

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FIRE RECONNAISSANCE

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August 2016 || KTVB NEWS 7 Idaho News reports on Owyhee Air’s use of aerial infrared technology to map wildfires and aid hot shot crews in suppression efforts.

Includes interviews with OAR pilots John Romero and Les Dillard, and wildlife thermography specialist Jake Hourt.

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AERIAL INFRARED (AIR) WILDLIFE SURVEYING (SAGE GROUSE)

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May 2016 || Northwest Sportsman features OAR in article, "Oregon Sage Grouse Monitoring Going High Tech with Infrared Surveys, Solar GPS Transmitters” -Andy Walgamott.

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FIRE RECONNAISSANCE

August 2015 || KBOI News covers Owyhee Air Research’s role in the tactical suppression of the 280,000 acre Soda Fire in southwest Idaho. View Jake Leber’s feature article and interview with OAR’s Chief Pilot, John Romero.

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View | “Firefighters Battle Blaze with Infrared Cameras”


AERIAL INFRARED (AIR) WILDLIFE SURVEYING (SAGE GROUSE)

June 2014 || Pheasants Forever names OAR in “Featured Friends” article for OAR’s participation in a 405,000 acre sage grouse survey using aerial infrared (AIR) technology. “These aerial surveys not only save time, they also save a ton of money,” says Michael Brown, lead biologist on the project from the Sage Grouse Initiative.

Read Article | “Counting Sage Grouse From on High”

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AERIAL INFRARED (AIR) WILDLIFE SURVEYING (SAGE GROUSE)

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November 2014 || The Nature Conservancy’s Cool Green Science writer, Matt Miller, highlights the success of OAR’s infrared imagery for use in sage grouse research and surveying.

Read Article | “Grouse Count: Aerial Infrared Technology Ensures Accurate Wildlife Census”


AERIAL INFRARED (AIR) WILDLIFE SURVEYING

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November 2014 || OAR’s second feature on The Nature Conservancy blog, Cool Green Science.

View | Video: “Infrared Technology for Wildlife Conservation”