I love the AudioMoth technology, and I love the AudioMoth idea. It is promoted as an affordable, DIY inspired piece of audio recording equipment – and it actually is those things! Thus, I find it a bit of a bummer that the folks making the tool have a different approach for AudioMoth casings, which are necessary in recording situations where the plastic bag approach is insufficient. Here’s a very cheap workaround, which you can build from IKEA and hardware store materials (twist-ties, newspaper, a drill). I am sure the official option on offer is wonderful and functional, but if you don’t have the university budget for it, try this instead.