First 2G satellite Tracks Record @April 2017

The first Red Knot carrying a featherlite 2 gram solar satellite transmitter has started its migration from 80 Mile Beach in NW Australia on 21 April! The flight path of this bird is represented by the brown track. Lee Tibbitts who skillfully ‘translates’ the data reports from the ARGOS satellites in maps with tracks, reported […]

via First 2-g satellite tagged Red Knots are in the air: update 25 April 2017 — Global Flyway Ecology – Team Piersma

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