Recent surveys highlight the importance of Pakistan for wintering Sociable Lapwings.

The importance of Pakistan for the Critically Endangered Sociable Lapwing

Recent surveys highlight the importance of Pakistan for wintering Sociable Lapwings.

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The Saiban Foundation team in Pakistan have found Tesfaye, one of our tagged birds.

We’ve found Tesfaye!

The Saiban Foundation team in Pakistan have found Tesfaye, one of our tagged birds.

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Flocks of birds found in Pakistan are far larger than expected as winter surveys continue.

Tesfaye and Maysa wintering in Pakistan

Flocks of birds found in Pakistan are far larger than expected as winter surveys continue.

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Phil and Jem find wintering Sociable Lapwings in irrigated areas in Saudi Arabia for the second year running.

Sociable Lapwings wintering – Haradh Saudi Arabia

Phil and Jem find wintering Sociable Lapwings in irrigated areas in Saudi Arabia for the second year running.

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Following up on last year's discovery that possibly a third of the global population pass through the Tallymerjan area, two teams of field surveyors make a return visit.

Reports from the field in Central Asia

Following up on last year’s discovery that possibly a third of the global population pass through the Tallymerjan area, two teams of field surveyors make a return visit.

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Autumn migration is already almost over

Nikoo reaches Sudan, and Maysa is already in Pakistan.

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Maysa joins Tesfaye at Tallymerjan

Nikoo reaches Turkey, while Maysa joins Tesfaye at Tallymerjan.

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Two of the three remaining tagged birds are on the move...

Southern migration has started

Two of the three remaining tagged birds are on the move…

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Looking for Sociable Lapwings in Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan is an important migration stop-over for Sociable Lapwings – and this year we want to find out more.

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And then there were three…

Nikoo, Maysa and Tesfaye are back at the breeding grounds.

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