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Lamèque

Whimbrel Tracking on the Acadian Peninsula

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Migration route for Lamèque the Whimbrel.

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Species: Whimbrel
Life Stage:
Gender: unknown
Release Date: 2016-07-30 00:00:00
Release Location: Miscou Island, New Brunswick, Canada
Last Location: 2017-07-17 09:42:32

Background

This bird was named after the Île Lamèque, an island on the Acadian Peninsula and a primary stopover for the whimbrel. The birds feed there in blueberry fields and tidal mud flats for about two to three weeks before migrating to Brazil.


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