Radio-tagging birds can shed a lot of light on the activities of birds.
Research is currently on-going at Necedah NWR, White River Marsh and Horicon Marsh in Wisconsin to determine breeding success among Sandhill cranes so when I saw the following headline, it grabbed my attention.
“Radio tagged birds tracked to last place you’d imagine — another animal’s stomach”
I just had to read the article…
If you’re at all squeamish, you may not want to read the story or have a look at the following photo.