Finnish satellite cranes arrive in Africa

Finnish research team studies migration routes and most important stopover sites and over-wintering grounds of the Finnish population of the Eurasian crane (Grus grus).

On 18th November the first satellite crane of the project, a young male colt named as Petteri, was discovered in Tunisia, Africa. On 19th November also a female satellite crane Aino arrived Africa.

Learn more from Satellite cranes site.

Crane and nature quide - where is south
 

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