We continue to monitor the flights of the tagged Egyptian vultures

09.06.2015

The last time we present you the latest information for the movements of the tagged with satellite transmitters Egyptian vultures was in the middle of January. Today, they have significantly changed their locations:

In early March, Castor left his winter quarters in Ethiopia, crossed the Dardanelles and is currently on the Bulgarian-Greek border in the Eastern Rhodopes.

Sanie, who spent a long time near Fitri Lake in Chad moved to Egypt in early May, then headed south through Sudan.

On April 23 Iliaz left Niger and is currently located in northwest Egypt.

Dobromir, our  long-distances record-holder for 2014, on began its flight on April 24 from Southern Sudan and his current position is above the Dardanelles.

Follow all Egyptian vultures with satellite transmitters here.

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