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Radio-tagged winged visitor reaches her breeding area in China

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IMPHAL, May 30: The radio-tagged female Amur falcon, which had arrived in the Indian sub-continent in the first week of May after completing her winter sojourn covering thousands of kilometers in African countries, has reached her breeding area in northern China.

Confirming this, scientist R Suresh Kumar of the Wildlife Institute of India (WII), told The Assam Tribune that the migratory bird reached her breeding ground in northern China in the wee hours of Saturday last.

The bird covered a distance of about 1, 20,000 km from her wintering ground in South Africa to her breeding ground in northern China after passing through her various roosting sites in India, including NE States, since she was radio-tagged three years ago.

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Radio-tagged winged visitor reaches her breeding area in China

IMPHAL, May 30: The radio-tagged female Amur falcon, which had arrived in the Indian sub-continent in the first week of May after completing her winter sojourn covering thousands of kilometers in African countries, has reached her breeding area in northern China.

Confirming this, scientist R Suresh Kumar of the Wildlife Institute of India (WII), told The Assam Tribune that the migratory bird reached her breeding ground in northern China in the wee hours of Saturday last.

The bird covered a distance of about 1, 20,000 km from her wintering ground in South Africa to her breeding ground in northern China after passing through her various roosting sites in India, including NE States, since she was radio-tagged three years ago.

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