Now drones are joining the hunt of invasive New Zealand possum.
Thermal imagery is being used to determine the whereabouts of New Zealand possum, which are causing trouble to wildlife ecosystems and delivering disease to cattle and deer.
Watch this news update from One News uploaded by evidancenews5 to find out more about how the drones will be used.
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The US is also employing drones for various activities connected to the outdoors, and with each flight the revolution of unmanned aerial vehicles continues.
Do you think drones should help the US with varmint and invasive species problems?