Paul Donald, Principal Conservation Scientist at the RSPB, tells us more about the autumn surveys in Turkmenistan.
Kiryl finally leaves the breeding grounds and heads off towards the Middle East and North Africa.
Sanjar’s migration takes him deep into Saudi Arabia, while the other birds on the western flyway are not far behind.
Kiryl has still not made a move from the breeding grounds near Zhanteke, but is alive and well, with three satellite tag readings yesterday (20th September) as he moves around. Meanwhile, Maysa has joined Tesfaye on the Uzbekistan/Turkmenistan border, where for the last few years tagged birds have staged before attempting to cross the mountains of […]
Eight of the nine tagged birds are on the move.
Meet the birds that were tagged during summer 2015 and who are about to start their Amazing Journey.
Our team in the field fit another five tags to adult Sociable Lapwings, giving a total of nine to follow during this autumn’s migration.
The field team from Kazakhstan tell us more about their trip to attach satellite tags in June 2015.
Bringing more readers to the Amazing Journey website.