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Is the storks' migration nearly over?

Miroslav Bobek  Sunday, October 16, 2005, 23:00

Only three storks have been moving towards the wintering grounds recently. Estonian Tooni flew across the Near East and reached Africa today, French Josephine flew over Sahara and stopped in southern Mauritania, and Hungarian Margit left her stop in Bulgaria today and flied towards Bosporus. Last time I forgot to mention another important fact: Spanish Esperanza moved from southern Mauritania 300 kilometres southward to eastern Senegal at the end of the first October's decade. 

Thirteen storks out of twenty are now southward from Sahara. Two of the remaining seven are still on their ways (above mentioned Tooni and Margit), two are lost for next monitoring and three stay in southern Spain - and it's quite probable that they'll stay there during the winter. We can try to forecast the places where the monitored storks stopped:

EUROPE
Spain (Donana) - Philippe (Belgium), Anne (Belgium), Leo (Luxembourg)

WESTERN AFRICA
Mauritania - Josephine (France), Julien (Luxembourg), Mathilde (Belgium), Dany (France)
Senegal - Esperanza (Spain)
Mali - Lou (Luxembourg), Eliska (CR)
Burkina Faso - Dalibor (CR)

CENTRAL AFRICA
Chad - Espartero (Spain), Varis(Latvia) - along different traces

EASTERN AFRICA
Sudan - Maija (Latvia)
Ethiopia - Tomas (CR), Jaak (Estonia)


 

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