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Thread subject: More exciting news
Name Date Message
Tiger 08/16/05 02:07 am There is exciting news from the Rutland site. Some Italians visited as they are interested in translocating ospreys from Corsica to Italy.

Here is the excerp.

Italian visitors

Recently we were pleased to welcome Dr Andrea Sforzi, Giuseppe Anselmi and Marco Madeddu) as visitors to the Rutland Osprey Project. They come from the Parco Regionale Della Maremma, an important wetland and maritime area on the west coast of Tuscany where a project is under way to encourage the Osprey to breed. There is a growing population of Ospreys on nearby Corsica and there are plans to translocate young birds from there to the Park of Maremma. Our visitors were interested to see the methods being used by us for holding, caring for and releasing Ospreys translocated from Scotland.

You can read more about Project "Falco Pescatore" in the Park of Maremma by visiting their website.

See:

http://www.parco-maremma.it/

There is a wow at the beginning. Then I hope some of you are good at the old Italian in order to let the rest of know what it is about!


Pam 08/16/05 08:16 am Tiger: no need for a translation, click on the Union Jack on the website's opening page.
karen 08/16/05 09:02 am Thanks Tiger and Pam another place to add to my list of places to go someday! Tiger what did you mean by "There is a wow at the beginning" did Imiss something?
Marie 08/16/05 09:23 am Thanks Tiger ...always current info coming out to all of us via your research...so glad you do this for your osprey 'family' here.............:-))
Tiger 08/16/05 10:32 am Karen by wow I meant that wonderful moving graphic at the start.

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