Re: Bird travels tracked by fluorescent droppings
Jim Mantey (mon' tye)
Aug 22, 2005 14:21 PDT
I say we radiate the mosquitos before the bats eat them! Instant
At 12:40 AM 7/4/2005, Joan Kalso wrote:
| ||That's one idea that maybe could be perfected somehow for some birds. It |
be a monumental task. This was on a very small scale. It appears they
were tracking bluebirds as they moved from one small clearing to another
to feed on Myrtle seeds. Birds tended to follow straight lines. I think
this was more of an effort to see whether they could restore habitat by
clearing some pines, not the entire woods.
If they only could track bats!
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Subject: [Delphi] Bird travels tracked by fluorescent droppings
We talked about how difficult it is to track migratory paths. Here is an
article about a new technique for tracking migratory paths.
Something to keep in mind if anyone ever commissions a study to map out the
migratory paths in Michigan.
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