An update on satellite-tracked Red kite 'The Wanderer'.
An update on Kevin
An update on satellite-tagged red kite 'Kevin', monitored as part of the Hawk-Eyes Project using GPS tracking to monitor birds of prey. #WatchoutforWildlifeCrime
Introducing Kevin, the first of the Hawk-Eyes red kites to be named. A quick update on Kevin's movements in the last few weeks.
Guest Blog: The central role of the PSNI Wildlife Liaison Officer
Guest Blog: The central role of the PSNI Wildlife Liaison Officer in combatting Wildlife Crime in Northern Ireland
Guest Blog: Keeping Tabs (and Tags) on our Brilliant Birds of Prey
Guest Blog: Keeping tabs (and tags) on our brilliant birds of prey
Satellite tagged hen harrier found poisoned with carbofuran in Ireland
Satellite tagged juvenile hen harrier from Isle of Man found dead in Co. Meath, confirmed poisoned with banned pesticide carbofuran
An update on winter movements of some of the satellite tracked birds
The Wanderer Returns…?
The latest update on the satellite tracked Co. Down born Red Kite which went to Westmeath
Hawk-Eyes goes live!
Hawk-Eyes is officially launched in Northern Ireland
Movements – The early days
It’s been four weeks now since the birds which were tagged as chicks in their nests fledged, to make their way in the world. For obvious reasons we haven’t blogged until the chicks were well away from their nest sites but since they have started moving the records coming in from the GPS-GSM tags has … Continue reading Movements – The early days