Tag Archives: Saudi Arabia

More on the Tallymerjan expedition

Paul Donald, Principal Conservation Scientist at the RSPB, tells us more about the autumn surveys in Turkmenistan.

Kiryl on the move at last

Kiryl finally leaves the breeding grounds and heads off towards the Middle East and North Africa.

Sanjar reaches Saudi Arabia

Sanjar’s migration takes him deep into Saudi Arabia, while the other birds on the western flyway are not far behind.

Boris and Shirin are back in Kazakhstan

Both Boris and Shirin have made it back to Kazakhstan, and are now looking for a place to settle for breeding.

Heading north

Shirin reaches Azerbaijan on her journey back to the breeding grounds.

Hanna is on the move again

As Sociable Lapwings start travelling north in their spring migration, Hanna is the first tagged bird to make a move.

Winter habitat use in Africa and India

Satellite tags not only help us follow birds on migration, but also enable us to track their use of habitats during their winter season.

Settling down for the winter

After their long and amazing journeys, our tagged Sociable Lapwings settle down for the winter months.

Crossing the mountains

Hanna makes an amazing journey across the mountains from Afghanistan to India.

Border crossings

Sociable Lapwing movements highlight the need for cross-boundary conservation co-operation.