Monthly Archives: June 2012

Eastern Kingbird migration

We have so far recovered 20 geolocators here in Oklahoma, from Scissor-tailed Flycatchers, Western Kingbirds and one Eastern Kingbird (photo), which apparently spent most of the winter in central and northern South America (see: http://batchgeo.com/map/ b3cea1c351a4696a9f45cd10d2cd1e40). This research is funded by … Continue reading

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Con nidos en Oklahoma

Los Tyrannus forficatus y Tyrannus verticalis ya comenzaron a reproducir en Oklahoma, y la mayoria ya tienen pichones.  Jose Ignacio Giraldo (Colombia), Heather LePage (Florida) y Alex Jahn (U. de Buenos Aires) estan monitoreando nidos y anillando adultos, colocando geolocalizadores … Continue reading

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