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Thursday, January 29, 2015

End of January 2015

In the last few days the sooty falcons we are tracking in Madagascar have headed in different directions.  Fahal has headed south and is just west of the town of Ampanihy.  Daymani has headed north and is near the west coast town of Morandava.  Morandava is famous for its baobab trees and our team visited the town and saw many sooty falcons in February 2014.

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Movements of two sooty falcons during the last two weeks of January 2015

Baobab trees near Morandava

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