Sep 11 2017
One of our Whimbrel from the breeding ground is on its way back home!
KS is currently about 2,500km away from Broome. If it continues to fly without stopping, it is expected to be home within 3 days time.
Meanwhile, KU is spending its 35th day at Yingkou, Liaoning Province. We are expecting it to start migrating south very soon like KS. We are still receiving regular signals from JX and LA from Broome and Eighty Mile Beach.
Follow the link through to update 12 of the 2017 AWSG satellite transmitter project to read the latest on the progress of the tagged Whimbrel!
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