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Thread subject: Rutland osprey project team go to Africa
||01/16/11 06:16 am
||Now this would be a trip and a half. I'm looking forward to reading their blogs - Link
||01/16/11 07:14 am
||Thanks, it will be nice to hear about their experiences!
||01/17/11 06:25 am
||They've posted their 1st report on the Blog. What a treat for them! :)
||01/17/11 10:35 am
||It never ceases to amaze me the miles of desert the birds see to reach The Gambia and Senegal.
Thank you for posting the blog Anne, it really is fascinating. What an experience for the team to see so many Osprey in the middle of winter at the choice spot they mentioned.
||01/17/11 12:47 pm
||Great to read the blog. It will be fun to be able to follow them through their trip.
||01/17/11 05:43 pm
||Oh, thanks Kelly! I hadn't seen that. Yes, a treat indeed - the thrill and excitement just spills off the page. Reading it, I'm almost there with them.
To see so many ospreys must be amazing. To be able to identify where some have come from and send photos and news back to those birds' home areas, even more so. There's probably only a very slim chance they'll see one of their own while they're there, but wouldn't it be wonderful if they did.
I daresay the weather isn't too much of a disappointment for them either - lucky devils :)
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