We’ve been monitoring the movements of our tagged bustards with baited breath as they’ve migrated 2000 km (1200 miles) homeward from their wintering grounds
Our team’s longest-tagged bustard, Nergui, has begun her northward, spring migration from her wintering grounds in Shaanxi Province, China!
Sachokchin has arrived at her wintering site in Shaanxi Province of China, after a journey lasting less than a week! Through our satellite tracking program, we
Last April, we reported our finding that one of our tracked bustards, Songuul’, had been poisoned as part of the trade in illegal wild
Mendee is the first of the bustards we monitor to make a southward movement this fall – she’s moved about 100 km southeast from her main breeding
Each of our tagged female bustards spent the summer in her own way. Mendee spent her summer months extensively exploring mountainous areas and clearings adjacent to her
The bustards we are monitoring have made it to the Bayannur Oasis in Inner Mongolia—half-way from their wintering site in China to their breeding
Bosoo, one of the bustards whom we monitor via satellite telemetry, died on her migration south towards her wintering grounds. An investigation revealed that
Nergui, a female bustard we have been tracking since 2007, is the first of our tagged bustards to reach her wintering grounds in Central China this
We’ve custom-fit backpack transmitters for two new female bustards: Bosoo and Mendee. We’re looking forward to observing them on their fall migration.