• Bynack's Wee Trip

    There isn't much to report this week again, Tore is still languishing on the Casamance River in Senegal. There were only two points of data for Rothes, which show her still in her favourite spot,  the island of Ilha de Unhocomozinho and Bynack took a wee trip north, stayed a night and then returned yesterday, back to north-west of the Oiseaux de Djoudj National Park.

    I only managed to catch Roy Dennis's osprey report…

    • 29 Nov 2011
  • All Quiet on the West African Front

    Very little to report this week - we have had a bit more data from Rothes, she is still on the island of Ilha de Unhocomozinho. Her transmitter seems to work in fits and starts, lets hope it keeps working for at least another six months so that we can follow her return migration next spring.

    Tore and Bynack haven't moved much at all. Bynack is still north-west of the Oiseaux de Djoudj National Park. His data shows…

    • 15 Nov 2011
  • Bynack on the move again...

    For some reason this post ended up in a different place than expected - so I've re-published it here. Thanks to Julie for dealing with the data.

    Bynack has obviously decided that the area he, Leri and Joe were in does not have much to offer as he has travelled north again and returned to the wetlands of Mauritania, west of Dara and north of the Oiseaux de Djoudj National Park.  We are only receiving two points a day…

    • 9 Nov 2011