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Project OspreyTrack: Maps

OVERVIEW * TECHNOLOGY * BIOGRAPHIES * MAPS * OSPREYCAM * OSPREY LINKS

Get the latest Osprey migration information via Twitter - @OspreyNH

Track the Ospreys through Google Earth:
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Download instructions to view Project OspreyTrack map files. -NEW NETWORK LINK FILE NAME FOR 2013

Thanks to Movebank.org, we are now able to present data in an interactive format. Use the links below to see the migrations of eight adult Ospreys fitted with satellite transmitters, eight juveniles with satellite transmitter, and eight more adult males with the latest “GSM” transmitters which use cell-towers, rather than satellites to track the birds. In addition to the five New Hampshire birds (all of which have satellite transmitters), you can follow nineteen other Ospreys tagged by Rob Bierregaard.

Adult Osprey Migrations (satellite tags)
Juvenile Osprey Migrations (satellite tags)
Adult Male Osprey Migrations (cell tower tags)

2013 Maps:

2012 Maps:

2011 Maps:

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