Our team in the field fit another five tags to adult Sociable Lapwings, giving a total of nine to follow during this autumn’s migration.
The field team from Kazakhstan tell us more about their trip to attach satellite tags in June 2015.
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Boris and Shirin move on, looking for the best place to settle down for breeding.
Both Boris and Shirin have made it back to Kazakhstan, and are now looking for a place to settle for breeding.
Shirin reaches Azerbaijan on her journey back to the breeding grounds.
As Sociable Lapwings start travelling north in their spring migration, Hanna is the first tagged bird to make a move.
Satellite tags not only help us follow birds on migration, but also enable us to track their use of habitats during their winter season.
Turan Çetin, working for Doğa Derneği (BirdLife Turkey), gives us a personal account of what a typical day in the field is like…