Pulsar Partners With Fossil Rim

(MANSFIELD, TX 2018/07/10) – Pulsar is excited to announce a collaborative partnership with the world-renowned Fossil Rim Wildlife Center in Glen Rose, Texas. Throughout the partnership, Fossil Rim wildlife biologists and staff plan to use Pulsar Helion thermal monoculars to determine how thermal technology can be used for the benefit of wildlife conservation and habitat preservation.

Rhino sitting in the mud at Fossil Rim in Glen Rose, Texas
Thermal technology provided by Pulsar will aid wildlife biologists at Fossil Rim.

“As stewards of our shared world, Pulsar is dedicated to wildlife and natural land conservation. This partnership is sure to enhance Fossil Rim’s efforts and demonstrate the benefits of heat detecting technology to other conservation organizations. We’re excited to receive Fossil Rim’s feedback,” added Cole Justice, head of Pulsar’s conservation efforts.

Pulsar Helion XP50 and XP38 Thermal Monoculars boast heat-detection ranges of 2,000 and 1,475 yards, respectively and include features like onboard video and audio recording, allowing remote viewing. As a result of Pulsar’s advanced technology, researchers can use thermal optics to locate, observe and record wildlife activity (video and still images) at extended ranges and in any light condition, and create invaluable conservation records for later, more detailed examination.

About Fossil Rim Wildlife Center

Located in Glen Rose, Texas, the Fossil Rim Wildlife Center is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 entity, specializing in captive breeding programs for indigenous and exotic endangered and threatened species and dedicated to the conservation, scientific research, training of professionals, responsible management of natural resources and public education related to wildlife. Fossil Rim focuses heavily on preservation and conservation of selected wildlife species, natural biological diversity and natural habitats and works to excite interest in, and elevate understanding of, the need to respect and wisely steward our natural environment.  Learn more about Fossil Rim and plan a visit at www.fossilrim.org.

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