German drone programme saves thousands of fawns from death in fields

  • Drones
  • Thursday, 19 Aug 2021

The drones help farmers to search their meadows for fawns before mowing. — Photo by Gary Meulemans on Unsplash

Drones outfitted with thermal imaging cameras have saved thousands of fawns from being killed by mowing machines in German fields, the Agriculture Minister Julia Kloeckner said in remarks published on Aug 19.

The federal ministry supports the drone programme, Kloeckner told the newspapers of the Redaktionsnetzwerk Deutschland network.

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