Track and field

Paul has created what we think is a first, a marriage of satellite tracking data with photos of the osprey’s activity observed in the field – in this case UV foraging. Here is UV on an earlier foray on 26 February.

26 Feb: UV at 11.37
(c) V J Paine

Just before 13.00 he returned to thrill us once more. Here is Paul’s animation, many thanks to him.

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6 Responses to Track and field

  1. Jo says:

    Oh my goodness!! Absolutely spellbinding – thank you so much Paul! Seeing UV’s position in relation to you Joanna is fascinating ….. and the pic of him perching #beautiful – Thank you for this glimpse yet again into the lad’s life…… I’m thrilled at seeing the animation – can’t imagine how you felt seeing him on his hols …….

    • joannadailey says:

      Seeing UV several times during our stay was a definite thrill on each occasion, Jo. Foraging was probably the top sight but watching him perched in a tree doing nothing was exciting, surprising as that may seem 😉

  2. Cirrus says:

    This is a super Blog and Paul certainly makes it so. But thank you Joanna for your faithfulness in writing

  3. thehutts says:

    Great video. I hope this will be available at osprey watch for those video link downtime!

  4. Brilliant! Thanks Paul.

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