Updates from our Cuckoos
Read the latest updates from our Cuckoos on their migration.
Local movements from Carlton II, PJ and Valentine
Tennyson and Senan likely to be lost to us
We've previously reported that Senan's tag battery has been low for a while and not charging properly. After a long period of silence, we were pleased to receive the locations from Algeria, and later from Spain, to show he was migrating. However, with no further signals since the 5 May, it looks like we may finally have lost contact with him. Similarly, Tennyson's battery has also experienced charging issues and we had hoped we would receive signals at some point during his northward movements, when the solar panel was exposed to longer periods of sunshine. However, we've not heard from his tag since early April. In both these cases it appears we have lost the tag signal rather than the bird and we hope both these Cuckoos return to the UK safely - even if it's unlikely we'll be able to update you. Do keep your eyes peeled if you are on the Norfolk/Suffolk border though!
Senan in Spain
Valentine is back!
Valentine reaches central France
PJ is back on his breeding grounds in Suffolk
Valentine crosses the Mediterranean
Carlton II completes his return journey
PJ heading home
PJ touches down in England
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