Updates from our Cuckoos
Read the latest updates from our Cuckoos on their migration.
PJ still in King's Forest
A glimpse of PJ
Our very own Paul Stancliffe, Media Manager, got a great view of PJ this morning! He's not far from our Headquarters and Paul had been out to see if could locate him in preparation for some press coverage on the project. He said: 'I found him. It was the only Cuckoo I heard and saw and he flew straight towards me, before spotting me and turning away, showing his antenna as he did!'
PJ second Cuckoo to arrive home
Will PJ or Selborne be back first?
PJ leading the pack
PJ has crossed the desert
Selborne and PJ head east
After having travelled so far west, two of our Cuckoos have turned around and gone eastwards. From the Guinea Highlands, Selborne has travelled north-eastwards 125km (80 miles) while PJ has also headed east 190km (115 miles) within Ivory Coast. This may be to do with conditions being more favourable here.
PJ moves into West Africa
PJ moves onto Cameroon
PJ moving north
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