Wednesday, 16 July 2014

In the News

The Wedge-tailed Eagle Tracking project has been in the news this week after I was asked to be interview on ABC Radio in Western Australia. Below are a few links where you can read more.

ABC News Story:

Interview with Arthur Muhl, ABC Midwest and Wheatbelt:

Monday, 14 July 2014

A Quick Change of State

Kuyurnpa heads to South Australia! This is what the last 10 days of tracking data showed today - another huge flight of over 1500 km from the area between Lorna Glen and Kalgoorlie right down towards the Nullarbor Plain. Kuyurnpa left WA for a short time, roosting on the night of 10th July just 50 km inside the SA border. She then headed back into WA, travelling north-west to the middle of the Gibson Desert. This data paints an amazing picture of an eagle at its most vulnerable stage of life, its first year, crossing two of the most inhospitable deserts in Australia. Where to next!?