Friday, 4 November 2011

No change

The last data in shows Ozwold is still living and fishing along the River Tormes, south of Salamanca in Spain.

The weather there is warm at 17 degrees but a little unsettled. It looks like rain today but brightening later in the week. It's a good, safe place for him. Let's see what he decides to do over the next few weeks. Will he make a next big flight to Africa or stay put?

On a more worrying note, there are concerns for Leri, the female of the welsh ospreys being followed. Her transmitter had been giving out confusing data, both altitude and position. Frederick, a bird expert living near her last location has been to look for her, but unfortunately has not been able to sight her. The next data for her movements will come in today and will hopefully show good news. To follow the Dyfi ospreys...follow the link below

Furthermore, there has been no more transmission signals from Joe, one of the Highland Foundation for Wildlife ospreys. It is possible that his transmitter has failed or sadly that he has been predated and died. It just shows the struggles juveniles face in their first year. To read about Joe and other ospreys of the Highland Foundation for Wildlife follow the link below.

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