"Pschera reflects on the significance of the 'digital revolution' in wildlife ecology—the recent explosion of small, relatively inexpensive cameras and satellite tracking devices that have allowed humans to follow animal movements ... He argues persuasively that the 'animal internet' is full of possibilities for interspecies communication ... As Pschera speculates, technological access to animals’ lives may, ironically, restore our sensory access to them."

The New York Review of Books