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Skua hats and important tracks

The team on Gough Island have begun retrieving geolocators off skuas. This requires catching them with a hand net. This one tried to get...

Burrowing deep to find trackers

The team on Gough Island are out checking Great Shearwater nests for the geolocators deployed last year! It's a great feeling every time...

The return of the skuas!

The first breeding pairs of Tristan skuas have returned to Gough Island and are starting to defend their breeding territories. Several...

New GeoJourneys creations released

We have a new release of our wearable geolocator creations. So, for a very special gift for this Christmas go to ‘Support Us’ on the...

Tracking Tristan skuas

Tristan skuas are Gough Island's top predator and make the most of the rich supply of prions and burrowing petrels during the summer...

Mapping the movements of Mollies

This week two teams of researchers deployed geolocators on 20 Atlantic yellow-nosed albatross (otherwise known as mollies) on both Gough...

GeoJourneys visits Devonport

In late September the Geolocation Journeys team travelled to the north coast of Tasmania for a two day outreach program with year 3, 4 &...

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