The Corona virus pandemic has changed life as we know it. Every person on this earth is adjusting and adapting to these ever changing circumstances, and the team behind the survey and headstarting expeditions to Meinopylgyno (aka Meino) are doing all they can to proceed with this vita
This year the majority of the captive Spoonies will be eight years old. Being generation zero of the captive population (the first Spoon-billed Sandpipers to be brought into captivity) you could consider this quite an achievement, for the birds and for the staff caring for them. Over
Update from Baz Hughes and Guy Anderson Since our last update ten days ago (apologies for the radio silence folks), JY has stayed put at Beihai, Guangxi Province, China. Will JY stay put in southern China all winter like HU and CT did, or will it move on? We’ll keep posting regu
Follow our satellite tagged spoonies by clicking here for the live map. This is the e-mail from Ayuwat I awoke to yesterday (Friday 15 Nov). “Attached here are photos of EH taken yesterday at Pak Thale. The bird was seen foraging with other small waders from around 9.00 until 1
Update from Baz Hughes and Guy Anderson Follow our satellite tagged spoonies by clicking here for the live map. Yellow EH is still at Pak Thale – Laem Phak Bia in Thailand. And it has been spotted again. And photographed. Early this morning I received an e-mail from Nanc
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