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New Birds providing valuable information but St. Brendan “the Navigator” still going strong!

Eurasian Woodcock Satellite Tagging and Tracking Project: November 2014 Update. For those of you who are interested and still following this research project you will be aware that despite St. Patrick being “missing in action”, St. Brendan (Image 1) is … Continue reading

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Eurasian Woodcock Satellite Tagging and Tracking Project a great success: The Voyage of St. Brendan!

St. Patrick stays elusive but St. Brendan “the Navigator” returns for Paddy’s Weekend Celebrations! For those of you who have been following our on-going research project you will be aware that after satellite tagging St. Patrick and St. Brendan in … Continue reading

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Eurasian Woodcock Satellite Tagging and Tracking Project 2012-2013

by Luke Harman, School of BEES Over the past six months a research group from the School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences (BEES), UCC, led by Luke Harman, has been working in collaboration with the Game and Wildlife Conservation … Continue reading

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