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Pink-footed Shearwater post-breeding migration - 2006

A project of Pink-footed Shearwater Tracking in conjunction with the partners and sponsors detailed below.

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NameSpeciesLife StageRelease DateLast LocationDays Transmitted
64375 Pink-Footed ShearwaterAdult2006-04-212006-07-0373
64376 Pink-Footed ShearwaterAdult2006-04-212006-06-1353
64377 Pink-Footed ShearwaterAdult2006-04-212006-05-1120
64378 Pink-Footed ShearwaterAdult2006-04-212006-07-30100
64379 Pink-Footed ShearwaterAdult2006-04-212006-05-0716

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Introduction

The objective of this project is to track the post-breeding migration of the threatened Pink-footed Shearwater (Puffinus creatopus) from a breeding colony in the Juan Fernandez Archipelago (Chile), 670 km off the coast of South America. Five birds were tagged with solar-powered transmitters programmed to operate on a cycle of 10 hr ON and 48 hr OFF. The tagged birds started their journey from nesting burrows on the main Isla Robinson.

El objetivo de este proyecto es seguir la migracion desde la colonia, en el archipielago Juan Fernandez, a 670 Km. de la costa de Chile, de los pardelas de pata rosada (Puffinus creatopus, especie amenazada), durante el periodo de post cria. El seguimiento de cinco pajaros comenzo en los nidos subterraneos de la colonia situada en la isla Robinson, utilizando transmisores alimentados por energia solar, programados para operar en ciclos alternos: 10 horas activos y 48 horas inactivos.

Project Partners

"Pink-footed Shearwater post-breeding migration" is a collaborative project of the Juan Fernandez Island Conservancy, involving several non-profit organizations and academic institutions: Oikonos, Duke University and the U.S. Geological Survey.

       

Project Sponsors

This project was made possible through funding from the Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC) and the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). This reseach was motivated by the North American Action Plan (NACAP) for the Pink-footed Shearwater, a marine species of common conservation concern for Canada - Mexico - United States.

Esta investigacion es impulsada por el Plan de Accion de Norte America (NACAP) para la conservacion de las pardelas de pata rosada (Puffinus creatopus), aves marinas de gran interes para Canada - Mexico - Estados Unidos.

       

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