Posted by: Sandy Steinman | November 1, 2019

Researcher Find Even Eagles Have Data Roaming Limits

The New York Times reports

Russian scientists are currently tracking 13 steppe eagles. The birds breed in Russia and Kazakhstan, but fly to South Asia for the winter.

Russian ornithologists tracking the migration routes of 13 endangered steppe eagles carrying SMS transmitters ran out of money when one of the birds, Min, drained the researchers’ phone credit for the project.

Read full story at Even Eagles Have Data Roaming Limits, Researchers Find – The New York Times


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