Nov 11 2017
People says “Life is like a roller coaster with ups and downs”. This also applies to our Whimbrel satellite tracking project.
Hurray to KU’s return to Australia after its more than 19,800km migration journey of 195 days to and from the breeding ground! KU departed its breeding ground around mid-July, after making 3 stops in Northern China, Sulawesi in Indonesia and Timor-Leste, it arrived Australia Mainland on 29-Oct-17.
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