National Geografic in Skiathos

Biologists and National Geographic in Skiathos

We are truly grateful to Martin Wikelski and his team for choosing us as to be part of the team as a driver, so they can explore safely in difficult to access places and times the Falcon birds 

In the last few days, I’ve had the opportunity to meet great people.
The passion for what they do is truly remarkable.
They can sleep on a rock to achieve their goal, devoting their entire lives to science!
I thank them very much and it is our honour to have them with us in our Skiathos for a few more days until the “Mavropetrites” migrate to Madagascar!
With the system of observations invented by Professor, Mr Martin Wikelski (Max Planck institute Of animal Behavior) will be able to see the whole path of the bird.
Today at dawn we had the chance to have with us the National Geographic, two professionals that travelled from Mexico to be close to the teacher and his colleagues, capturing every moment.
The colours of the sunrise were wonderful and so I had the opportunity to take some beautiful photos

 

 

Next destination for the biologists and National Geographic team the island of Repi !

exploring repi island in Skiathos

 

 

Falcons seem to love the windiest parts of isolated rocky islands.
On its back, it wears a miniature satellite transmitter, attached there by the experienced professors, to track the migration of the falcon to Madagascar

The falcon symbolizes victory, success, and rising above challenging situations; and it is similar to the worm animal spirit. At its core, the falcon meaning signifies wisdom, vision, and protection.
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Beautiful sunrise in Lalaria, the photo is taken from Katrso islands

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