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Our Whimbrels, KS and KU, are at the breeding grounds! Their activity suggests they have both found suitable nesting sites and are busy breeding.
Over the past week, our two Whimbrels KS and KU have made significant progress on migration and are now getting close to the breeding grounds!
Almost a month has passed since our Whimbrels departed Broome and they have re-united at the Yellow Sea.
It is migration time and our satellite-tagged Whimbrels are on the move! Three of our Whimbrels departed Australia between 16-20th April and they are now in the northern hemisphere.
In their fifth year of tracking shorebirds, the Australasian Wader Studies Group have fitted 4 Whimbrels with satellite transmitters.