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Thread subject: 9 (98) The Outcome
Name Date Message
Tiger 09/23/12 09:42 am There is now a report of the Demise of 9 (98)
Shelley 09/23/12 11:21 am What a story! And yes, while it is good to know what we can, and it is still sad, what a wonderful gift Farid Lacroix has provided to the banders. Not only making the effort and commitment to go find the tracking device (and, it turns out, the remains of 09) but to be able to document it with such photos!
Thanks for the update, Tiger
Celeste 09/23/12 01:15 pm I agree, it is still sad, though intellectually we know these things happen. It's good to know that the world is filled with kindred spirits who are interested in the plight of migratory birds and the hope of "spreading the word" amongst students.
martyc35 09/23/12 02:30 pm What a story. I will post it to Dawn Chorus.
marty
Anne-UK1 09/23/12 05:03 pm Well, what a mix of emotions. So sad for 09 and the Rutland team, but fantastic that there are people like Farid out there.

The one consolation in this story is that it was nature. Not man's interference. I guess up on those remote mountains, life's tough for the local wildlife.

Migration is a real feat of endurance and luck, that's for sure.
DaisyG 09/23/12 06:23 pm Yes we owe a huge thank you to Farid Lacroix for taking not just the trouble but his life in his hands to go and look for one lost osprey. Ok some humans do a lot of damage but others can be so amazing can't they?
Tiger 09/24/12 04:45 am Yes Farid Lacroix is quite amazing.

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