Dog collar device helps track Auburn’s eagles

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Posted: Saturday, October 5, 2013 6:39 pm

It’d be odd to think that Auburn University’s eagles, Spirit and Nova, are flying around Jordan-Hare Stadium with a dog collar device on their backs, but they are.

This year, the Southeastern Raptor Rehabilitation Center made a change from using a telemetry device to triangulate an eagle’s position to using Tagg, which pinpoints the animal’s location.

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