More on eider movements

27 09 2012

A brief addition to Tuesday’s post: Josh has provided a link to this video that explains a bit more about the nature of the eider study. Unfortunately, Josh himself is not featured here, but the faculty members he works with give a good overview of the reasons for the study and how it’s done. And of course, the seaside footage is gorgeous! Even at 3am, and in the bitter cold, not a bad place to work.

 

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