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Old Thursday 25th July 2013, 14:38   #1
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Tagged Cuckoos move into Africa (BTO)

Latest update from the BTO: Tagged Cuckoos move into Africa

We now have at least three Cuckoos in Africa and it won't be long before more arrive. Chris is the first to have successfully crossed the Sahara Desert, while Ryder has remained in Morocco. The last signal from Nick's tag indicated he was mid-crossing. Only one Cuckoo remains in the UK and he has also begun to head south. To find out the latest, visit the Cuckoo blogs here and don't forget to sponsor your favourite and receive email updates.

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