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Tue23rd Dec 2014
Looks like 2009 released WTSE male Star will be spending Christmas on leave from his territory in south Connemara! Star took off and headed south-east across Galway Bay on 10th Dec, roosting the night just east of Gort on the northern edge of the Slieve Aughty hills. On 13th Dec he crossed into Co. Clare to roost near Lough Graney. Over the next nine day days (to 22 Dec) Star moved to the Loughrea area.…
Star 22 Dec 2014
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Fri12th Dec 2014
Over the last four and a half months or so since she took her first flight from her nest high up in a Scots Pine near Mountshannon, Co. Clare, its been fascinating to see the 2014 WTSE chick Aoibheall explore her watery environment on beautiful Lough Derg. Over the first four months she has been pretty much a ‘homebird’ staying within a kilometre or two of her natal area most of the time and only…
Aoibheall_12dec14
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Fri28th Nov 2014
Over the last few weeks Aoibheall (2014 Mountshannon chick) has been very settled in and around its nest area and showing little sign of making a big movement away. She did make it a few km east along the shore towards Whitegate but soon returned to her usual haunts. Last weekend she visited Inis Cealtra (Holy Island) for the first time and roosted there overnight which is remarkable given how close it is to where…
Aoibheall_27nov14
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Tue18th Nov 2014
Seems like most or all our adult WTSEs carrying satellite tags have pretty much settled down on territory (not counting the 2014 WTSE chick Aoibheall who has plenty of free time to explore her world for the next 3-4 years of course!). 2009 released male Star found his ‘Des Res’ in a beautiful corner of the Connemara coast in spring 2012, found a mate and nested for the first time this year. Although the pair…
Sat tagged WTSEs on territory
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Mon10th Nov 2014
Ingar has been pretty much settled back on Upper Lough Erne, Fermanagh, in the last couple of weeks and looks likely that he will spend the winter there. Lots of great wooded islands and shoreline to choose from. Its amazing how individual birds change in their habitat use as they get older and presumably think about settling down, establishing a territory and breeding. Ingar spent much of his first two years of life inland in…
Ingar 10nov14
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