Conservation

FOLLOW AMUR FALCONS FITTED WITH SATELLITE TRANSMITTERS

Posted on the 8th November 2013

Amur Falcons fitted with Satellite Transmitters in Nagaland
One male and two females were fitted with Satellite transmitters in Nagaland today
Within a week we will be to follow these migration champs on the web
satellitetracking.eu

See mail below from Péter Palatitz
Dear Collegues and Friends,
Two guys, Peter and Szabolcs from falcoproject.eu just left Budapest for Nagaland (India) to mount Amur Falcons with PTTs.
More details:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Falcoproject/564702320223921
ENG: http://falcoproject.eu/en/content/nagaland-expedition-save-amur-falcon-0
If the mission will be successful we plan to deliver frequent news on the results and also 'livetrack' from next week on satellitetracking.eu
We are very proud to work with MME BirdLife Hungary, CMS Raptor MOU, Wildlife Institute of India, Conservation India, Natural History Museum of Hungary in this joint mission and also having the continuous professional help of our network (http://falcoproject.eu/en/content/network-red-footed-falcon-conservation) and strategic partners (http://falcoproject.eu/en/content/strategic-partners) and the support given by all of our financial contributors (http://falcoproject.eu/en/content/financial-contributors).
If you are interested, "like" our facebook page to stay tuned and please feel free to distribute our communication materials posted on falcoproject.eu among your friends, list members or PR contacts. This might help significantly to communicate the incredible story of Amur Falcons.
Cheers from the whole falcoproject.eu team:
Peter
Kind regards
Rina Pretorius
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Amur Falcon male
Amur Falcon female

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Male and female
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COMMENTS

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IAIN MACDONALD (posted: 2014-05-27 08:09:00)
Why is Wohka not moving? She has been stuck in Ladysmith while Naga and Pangti have made it back to Mongolia. Do you think she has died, her transmitter has come off or she is sick and can't fly any more?