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Bird's Eye Inc.
Inuit owned & operated UAV/Drone company offering video/photo/photogrammetry/GIS services. Located in Nunatsiavut, Northern Labrador.
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Nunatsiavut Econ Dev Sep 20
ArcticNet is now taking nominations for the Inuit recognition award! Nominate someone who you believe deserves this award 😃 Deadline October 4, 2019.
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Nunatsiavut Econ Dev Sep 19
ArcticNet is seeking nominations for their annual scientific meeting on December 2-5, 2019. Please see below for more information.
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Bird's Eye Inc. Sep 19
Dreamt last night I owned an Ebee but was flying it in the house, in my dream the Ebee could be shut off by shaking too luckily. Would love to be able to try one of your systems in real life. I used my multirotor for this 'large' site.
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Bird's Eye Inc. Sep 18
We had the great fortune to travel to & photograph every town in Nunatsiavut with our drones this summer. Here is Rigolet, Nunatsiavut.
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Bird's Eye Inc. Sep 18
Nurturing and growing young local talent is something we believe in. We're proud to share 4 year old Ella Allen's take on the world through photography!
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Bird's Eye Inc. Sep 17
We are very excited to announce that our photographer Eldred Allen will have photographs displayed at this exhibit in Montreal! Thanks to Heather Igloliorte, La Guilde and the other amazing artists for making this possible.
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Bird's Eye Inc. Sep 17
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Kristy Sheppard Sep 16
has a talented & skilled team. Our leader Deputy Minister Tim McNeill will receive an honorary Doctorate of Laws from , October 2019. A life time of effort with the LIA & wonderfully recognizted. What a day to celebrate, well done, Tim!
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Bird's Eye Inc. Sep 16
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Bird's Eye Inc. Sep 15
'The early bird gets the worm' or the early photographer gets the shot. Postville, Nunatsiavut sunrise.
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Bird's Eye Inc. Sep 13
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Unmanned Canada Sep 13
Do you know an individual or organizational leader who makes an outstanding contribution to the field? Honour them, along with the memory of Pip Rudkin. Nominations due Sept 30; awards take place at Unmanned Canada 19 Ottawa.
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Bird's Eye Inc. Sep 13
Over 200 drone images of Hopedale Mission Buildings to create 3D model of the buildings. The buildings will be digitally preserved!
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Bird's Eye Inc. Sep 13
Thanks for sharing our video. Another great benefit of using drones, animal research.
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Bird's Eye Inc. Sep 12
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Bird's Eye Inc. Sep 11
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Bird's Eye Inc. Sep 11
Replying to @culturalcraft
Thank you very much.
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Bird's Eye Inc. Sep 11
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Bird's Eye Inc. Sep 10
Traveling Nunatsiavut to photograph communities can hardly be called work, especially when communities like Postville offer these views.
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Bird's Eye Inc. Sep 10
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