Because I want to use the AudioMoth where "removal" is an issue. I'm looking at the Samson 1 Micro case, my idea is to alter the foam to hold the AudioMoth and drill a hole for the Microphone and cover the hole with clingfilm. I can then use a padlock to close the case and lock it onto cyclelock/python lock. The case I'm getting is scuffed hence the cost of £15 inc postage. I did look at the ePTFE stickers for the audio windows but they only come packed in 1,000 which is too expensive for me. If anyone has advice, please chip in.
Hi all, We are conducting AudioMoth acoustic surveys at the same time as point-transect surveys. Secondary surveyors will be tasked with capturing acoustic data at predetermined point stations throughout the day. We recognize secondaries shouldn't hold the devices in their hand, wear it as a necklace, and so forth, because any subtle movement might distort the audio. We were thinking about attaching it to a hat (velcro?) or a headlamp. Maybe attach the device to a PVC? Does anyone have recommendations on a potential apparatus?