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Long-billed Curlew tracking project.

Posted Thursday 9th April 2015 at 12:52 by Rick and Elis
The Intermountain Bird Observatory (IBO) has been studying Long-billed Curlews in Idaho, USA, since 2009. When the project began, our goal was simply to help the Idaho Department of Fish and Game monitor a population of curlews that were nesting in southwestern Idaho near the towns of Emmett and Middleton. On our first day of surveys in 2009, the crew came across a dead curlew in the middle of the road. It had been shot...
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Back in the saddle; the car booting season begins!

Posted Tuesday 7th April 2015 at 13:25 by Rick and Elis
We have missed doing the car boot sales over the winter months, at least, we had been missing them up until around 05:00 hrs on Saturday morning when the idea of setting forth, overcoming the temptation to stay in our warm and comfy bed, was not so appealing once the moment had finally arrived. It was only after having flung the alarm clock out of the bedroom and down the stairs that I started to think about those intrepid birds that were either on the move or preparing to set off in the face of...
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Shorebird Extravaganza: Waders in Working Wetlands. Louisiana, USA 29th April - 5th M

Posted Thursday 2nd April 2015 at 10:47 by Rick and Elis
These two stalwarts with others have been doing wader surveys, called the Shorebird Blitz in the region for a number of years and this year have turned the concept into a festival called Waders in Working Wetlands: Shorebird Extravaganza. I only wish we could go, it will be a blast I'm sure and great waders to be seen right on the doorstep. Wader Quest donated $50 to the project as it is promoting our vision of community conservation with local farmers working alongside conservationists to protect...
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Little Curlew tracking, a new season begins.

Posted Friday 27th March 2015 at 16:55 by Rick and Elis
We have received this exciting message from Clive Minton and Inka Veltheim about the beginning of this year's movement of Little Curlews in Northern Australia which we hope to follow and bring in a series of guest blogs by them...http://www.waderquest.org/2015/03/li...on-begins.html
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'STOP Shorebirds from dying'. BirdLife Australia appeal and Farewell Shorebirds proje

Posted Tuesday 24th March 2015 at 16:12 by Rick and Elis
Imagine how tired you would feel if you had to make the incredible non-stop flight from Alaska to Australia like Bar-tailed Godwits do. It would be the equivalent of you running a marathon, non-stop for 9 days at 53kph the whole way with no food, water or rest. Some feat!

Bar-tailed Godwits obviously arrive in Australia after such a journey exhausted and very hungry, they will have lost 50% of their body weight along the way...http://www.waderquest.org/2015/03/st...-birdlife.html
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