Sat 27 Oct 2012
This info was received from my colleague, Dr Tomohiro Ichinose.
We have an interesting project this year. It is “Oriental Honey Buzzard Migration Satellite-Tracking Project Open-To-The-Public 2012”. We caught 4 oriental honey buzzards, put GPS-transmitter on them and released them. They will migrant from Japan to Indonesia. Now, we can track their route on our home page.
We have facebook pages in some languages to communicate with bird watchers. We have Indonesian page also. My student translates from Japanese to Indonesian.
If you inform your colleagues and students about our project, we are so happy. The final destination of our birds is Indonesia, I am sure. Thank you.
Hadi Susilo ARIFIN, Ph.D.
Professor in Ecology & Management of Landscape
Head of Landscape Management Division
Landscape Architecture Department
Faculty of Agriculture, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB)
Jl. Meranti – Kampus IPB Dramaga-Bogor 16680 INDONESIA
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