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Mexico Develops Trans-Continental Bird-Tracking System (video)

Mexico has launched an elaborate tracking system for the estimated five million migrating birds that travel through every year. Conservationists hope to establish a network of research centres across Latin America to protect endangered avian species.

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7:42AM PST on Dec 1, 2011

SO NICE TO KNOW. KUDOS TO MEXICO.
ANOTHER DISTRESSING NEWS FROM MY COUNTRY - INDIA, SCORES OF FLAMINGOS WHICH MIGRATE TO INDIA IN THIS SEASON DIED DUE TO HIGH TENSION WIRES IN THEIR FLIGHT PATH.

7:52PM PST on Nov 29, 2011

Wonderful- kudo to Mexico!

2:31PM PST on Nov 27, 2011

Great work Mexico,suprisingly so called richer countries don't do this.

11:49AM PST on Nov 23, 2011

cool I hope other countries get on board

6:24AM PST on Nov 22, 2011

great!awesome efforts by u people .i need any help .let me know .

6:40AM PST on Nov 21, 2011

Thabnk you! Good news, great programme!

3:32AM PST on Nov 21, 2011

Impressive!!

4:25PM PST on Nov 20, 2011

Great!

3:36PM PST on Nov 20, 2011

That's excellent news. Birds of prey are so important in the balance of nature. I hope they can get the Mexican farmers to stop using the pesticides. If only we could convince our governments to do likewise.

11:56AM PST on Nov 20, 2011

Isn't this WONDERFUL!!!! Thank YOU!

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