[Tweeters] How Migratory Birds Solve The Longitude Problem

Devorah the Ornithologist birdologist at gmail.com
Tue Aug 22 04:05:37 PDT 2017

Hello everyone,

I just published a piece about a study that seems to finally answer the
question of how migratory birds solve the longitude problem. not only was
the longitude problem a pressing international scientific challenge back in
the day, but it is important for long-distance migrating birds. this study
may also provide valuable insights into how peregrinating birds, such as
albatross, can find their way around the world.

How Migratory Birds Solve The Longitude Problem

i hope you enjoy it. feel free to share widely amongst your family, friends
and colleagues.

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