Drones new research tool for wildlife, land

It also may represent the future of how federal agencies research the health of land and wildlife from the air.

On Monday morning, an unmanned drone, with an advanced point-and-shoot camera attached, rose about 200 feet above the grasslands here, about 40 miles southeast of Tucson. Its purpose was to help researchers understand how efforts to restore some of these same grasslands are working.

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