Nergüi means “Nameless” in Mongolian, and it’s a name given to children as a good-luck charm. If malevolent spirits can’t locate a child with knowledge of their name, the child is safe from harm. Nergüi was the first bustard our team captured, and we wanted to make extra sure that she stayed safe from harm! And she did great – transmitting longer than any other bustard, and sent data from six complete migrations to China.