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Kite science: how to defend fragile habitats against invasive weeds - with a kite!

Aerial photos cah help in assesing the number of invasive plants in an ecosystem. Kite aerial photos even more so, as the kite is way eco friendly than other alternatives ... you just don't go buzzing above an important habitat scaring the hell out of everyone (especially them protected species)!😉

Check the full story on our KAP Website ... ;-)

 

 

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