Satellite Tracked Vulture Movements 12 – 20 July 2015

The latest movements of our Bearded Vultures: Jeremia, Springbok, Pharaoh, InkosiYeentaka, Lehlwa, Mac, Kloutjie, Camo and Mollie; and our Cape Vultures: Bennie, Traveller and Shuttle for the past week (12-20 July 2015), that are fitted with satellite transmitters and included in our monitoring program .

No data for Wandervogel this week.

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Satellite Tracked Vulture Movements 29 June – 5 July 2015

The latest movements of our Bearded Vultures: Jeremia, Springbok, Pharaoh, InkosiYeentaka, Lehlwa, Wandervogel, Mac, Kloutjie, Camo and Mollie; and our Cape Vultures: Bennie, Traveller and Shuttle for the past week (28 June to 5 July 2015), that are fitted with satellite transmitters and included in our monitoring program

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Press release: Wind turbine placement in Bearded Vulture’s home ranges

How are wind turbines going to affect our Bearded Vultures? Attached is a press release on an article, and a copy of the article, published in the Journal of Applied Ecology using Bearded Vulture tracking data to inform wind turbine placement within their range in southern Africa. Continue reading Press release: Wind turbine placement in Bearded Vulture’s home ranges

Satellite Tracked Vulture Movements 21 – 28 June 2015

The latest movements of our Bearded Vultures: Jeremia, Springbok, Pharaoh, InkosiYeentaka, Lehlwa, Mac, Kloutjie, Camo, Mollie and Wandervogel; and our Cape Vultures: Bennie, Traveller and Shuttle for the past week (21-28 June 2015),  that are fitted with satellite transmitters and included in our monitoring program

Camo seems to have been very adventurous this week.

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