Aug 3 2017
Both KS and KU have begun their southward migration from their nesting grounds in Siberia!
KU began the journey one day later than KS but was quickly making ground with GPS tracking data revealing speeds of up to 74km/h!
Follow the link through to update 8 of the 2017 AWSG satellite transmitter project to read the latest on the progress of the tagged Whimbrel!
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