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"Elizabetha" -- This page shows data for one of the birds we are tracking

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Name "Elizabetha" - named after a friend of the Southern Cross Peregrine Project.
photo by Bud Anderson
Species Falco peregrinus tundrius
Age/Sex Adult female
Tagged 22 January 2008
La Trinchera, Chile   -35.08 S, -72.17 W
Tags attached Transmitter # 72804
Band # 1687-02756
Field Notes Latest blog entry (all birds)
All blog entries relating to this bird


Map Type "Google Map"
 Map Archives
Subject Year
- Northern Migration 2008
- Northern Breeding Range 2008
- Southern Home Range 2008
- Southern Migration 2008

- Combined N/S Migration Path

All years

 -- About the maps

Updated: 02_june
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PEFA Migration Map – "Elizabetha" (female)
Abbreviated Map Version *

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Map Concept and Design by: PanAmPEFA Consulting

* In order to allow our Google Maps to load quickly in your browser, we have implemented an "abbreviated" version of our tracking maps (above). These maps will show all data points for the last 14 days of migration.  For all earlier migration days, the maps will only show the night roost data points. See the full version map here.