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 Post subject: Buzzard Migration - Kordian 2017
PostPosted: August 28th, 2017, 7:55 pm 
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Kordian is a male buzzard hatched this year [2015] and was caught about 20 km away from Villu's territory. The exact location of the nest where he hatched is not known. He was named after the Polish colleague Kordian Bartoszuk from AQUILA-IT, who is also a valued member of our forum.

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Kordian likes to spend his winters in Poland and during his first autumn migration buzzard Kordian and his namesake Kordian Bartoszuk met. After hunters in a Lithuanian wood prevented a first meeting, buzzard Kordian decided to pay a visit to human Kordian in Biebrza.
http://www.aquila-it.pl/en/home-page/28 ... et-kordian

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Kordian spent a big part of his summer near Jaunanna in Latvia - maybe surveying a future nesting site?

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Last data of Kordian are form 29th of August, still in the same area. Actually battery of transmitter is quite empty - probably Kordian is not much flying around, but sitting mainly on trees.


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Felis silvestris wrote:
Kordian spent a big part of his summer near Jaunanna in Lithuania - maybe surveying a future nesting site?

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Little remark. Jaunanna is in Latvia. But many people are confusing these two Baltic countries. So it's normal.


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vainamoinen wrote:

Little remark. Jaunanna is in Latvia. But many people are confusing these two Baltic countries. So it's normal.


Which I sure also do know, after being around the forum for so long ... a moment of being unattentive ... :blush:
I have corrected it.

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Kordians transmitter was with low battery in the end of August and no more data we received.


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Urmas wrote:
Kordians transmitter was with low battery in the end of August and no more data we received.


That's a pity. No chance to regain energy?
Is there any possibility to catch him and to change the battery?


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:hi:
Oct 8th, Kordian - 397 km, near Daugavpils, Latvia :D

Oct 10th - 455 km, near Utena, Lithuania

Oct 16th - 650 km, near Lida, Belarus

Oct 19th - 774 km, still in Belarus, near the Polish border

Oct 21th - 819 km, near Bialystok, Poland


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Nov 1st - 993 km, near Warsaw, Poland


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thank you Hellem for the info. So the battery of Kordian's transmitter regained energy? :love shower:
he almost arrived in his wintering area :headroll:


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Nov 7th- 1156 km, Poland, near Ljubien Kujawski


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