Bar-tailed Godwit lands in NZ after marathon flight

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Subject: Bar-tailed Godwit lands in NZ after marathon flight
From: "Phil Straw APSN Coordinator" <>
Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2007 16:44:00 +1000
Asia-Pacific Shorebird Network News

September 10, 2007 - Bar-tailed Godwit E7 returns after a marathon
E7 - a female Bar-tailed Godwit fitted with a satellite transmitter
at Miranda, Firth of Thames in New Zealand on 6th February 2007
returned to the place of tagging on the evening of Friday 7
September (local time) after a logged flight of 29,181 km
(about 500 hours of flying). See:

APSN is now back on the air after an upgrade to our server system

Phil Straw


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