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Africa at horizon

Miroslav Bobek  15.09.2005 16:30
Tomáš - Autor:Jan Schlindenbuch

More than half of the birds have already left their nests or places where they were trapped and equipped with transmitters. As we already informed you, also our Czech storks are on their way to wintering grounds - and all three of them are in motion these days. Eliska, who had long stayed in Germany and then Franc is approaching Pyrenees (that is the first bigger burden at the way to wintering grounds). Dalibor is advancing southwestward over eastern France and, quite surprisingly, even Tomas is continuing. He slowed his tempo in the Danubian and by analogy with the results taken from monitoring the storks in 1995-2000, I expected he would stop for a few days somewhere in northern Hungary. Yesterday night, however, he was already in western Romania (while he flew 330 kilometres the day before yesterday) and at the moment he may be eve further on.

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Many other storks begin their journey

Miroslav Bobek  13.09.2005 10:00
Even the storks from more southern nesting places start their journey; one of them is Hungarian Margit. - Autor:Miroslav Bobek

Exactly 10 years ago, me, Frantisek Pojer and Ervin Dittl were in northern Hungary to monitor stork Viktor and prayed that at least one of our three "backpacked" storks, female Kristyna, flew westward. And that is what really happened a few days later...

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Flying over Natura 2000: The beginning

Miroslav Bobek  10.09.2005 15:12
Hungarian male Koppany. - Autor:Miroslav Bobek

Long years we tracked the traces of Black storks from the Czech republic to Africa. Many of you surely remember Kristyna and maybe other "backpacked" storks. Then we left Central Europe but stayed, however, faithful to storks - New Odyssey goes on the fourth year in which we map Black stork migration in Asia. And right now, a new project begins: Flying over Natura 2000. Nineteen Black storks from eight European countries - from Spain to Estonia - wears little satellite transmitters on their backs. Some of them already begin their flight and, obviously, a very interesting autumn is ahead of us.

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