This is an exciting and ground-breaking project and you can play a vital part in making it a success.
The longer this project can continue, the greater our understanding of the challenges faced by Cuckoos on migration. In order to continue and develop the project we need continued funds.
- Each satellite tag costs £3,500
- To retrieve satellite data costs £60 a month per Cuckoo
Ways you can help
Thank you to all our funders who have so generously supported the project and enabled us to learn so much.
Other ways to support the work of the BTO
You can also support projects like this by becoming a BTO member today and you will be kept up-to-date with our latest work.
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