Osprey migration tracking from Senegal to Scotland

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Subject: Osprey migration tracking from Senegal to Scotland
From: Mike Owen <>
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2008 20:24:25 +1000
There is a marvelous page at which gives a day by day account of the migration of an Osprey from Senegal to Scotland using GPS data from a transmitter on the bird, and plotting its daily, and at times its hourly position on Google Earth images. As of today the female Osprey has reached southern Scotland just a day's flight from its nesting site after a journey that began on the 12th March some 5,500 kms to the south


Mike Owen
Sunshine Coast


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