In reply to Cirrus:
Part of the river Meuse where Bynack is/has been
This shows Antony Garden where I took the pic from
In reply to ALAN PETRIE:
Definitely honing her fishing skills :) Nice pic ALAN
Bynack, showing no sense of history, misses out on a visit to Domremy-la-Pucelle, the birthplace of Joan of Arc (so that's where it is).
It seems the upper Meuse and its tributaries are rich in trout, pike and perch, so Bynack is probably doing OK too.
In reply to Sue C:
Great news fish wise Sue - thanks for that
A few posts back I have added in by EDIT two maps of the Gironde, one showing RD's image of Beatrice's flight path and the other the roosting/resting trees of Rothes, by the side of the fish ponds, from GE. The fixes for Beatrice are within the fish farm area.
ChloeB & Tiger's Osprey Data Site
Sat track schedule Spring 2014
LG 7 days; RW & SWT nil; LDOP varies
In reply to jsb:
Ian at Forest Lodge is going to see Roy Dennis tomorrow and he told me, that he will tell him about the probable meeting of Beatrice and Rothes on the 21st August.
Was this Tore?
01/09 16:21 CORNWALL : Osprey, St. John's Lake [S]
one flew west over the lake at 14:30; also 12 Knot present (14:30)
Must be, surely!
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