Since the 3 December, Chris has moved 270 km (170 miles) further south into Angola. He is now close to Skinner's original location within Angola, although he has subsequently also moved slightly further south.
A prolonged period of strong wind meant that we were pretty late in the season to catch our last bird. The number of potential sites in Broadland was drying up and at least 2 of the birds previously tagged had moved more than 10km from where they were tagged so we were worried the birds might have finished breeding. A recce in Thetford Forest soon located a singing bird which reacted strongly to a tape and on 1 June we set nets around a low bush. The resident male was there immediately but kept high in the trees. After making us wait for an hour and a half, a young male came in and the resulting chase ended with the young male in the net. We had captured our final bird. Hear the excitement of how we caught Chris in the BBC Radio 4 series Saving Species.