10/2/14 MIGRATION DAY 21: After Charlie's data went "dark" two weeks ago, we feared we would not hear from him again until spring, but on Oct 2, data was picked up again. From what we have received so far, it appears that he reappeared Sept 29 (Migration Day 18) in the afternoon at Las Tunas,
9/12/14 MIGRATION DAY 1: Charlie spends the his final 2014 early morning on Fishers Island, at the trees on Winthrop, then by 7 a.m., he heads south towards Gardiners Island. He spends from 7:30 - 9:30 a.m. just west and south of Tobaccolot Pond, then continues further south to reach Long Island before 10 a.m.
8/18/14 Edwin leaves Hamburg Cove on the Connecticut River in Lyme early in the morning and heads south to the Old Saybrook shoreline. He then heads west to Clinton, and around 10 a.m. continues south over Long Island Sound and reaches Long Island around 10:45 a.m. He then heads west and reaches New Jersey around
by Pierce Rafferty, HLFM Director The male osprey “Edwin,” tagged with a cell tower transmitter last spring on Fishers Island, recently reappeared in Venezuela after “going dark” for several months over the winter while out of cell tower range. He had last been tracked on September 29, 2013, in northern Venezuela after his long migration