Regent honeyeaters' mysterious journey to be tracked with cutting-edge tech

When Leslie Kelly heard an unusual bird call in her western Sydney garden, it was a delightful surprise to find it coming from a critically endangered bird released hundreds of kilometres away.

The sighting of a male regent honeyeater earlier this month, nestled among backyard grevillea and callistemon at Oxley Park, is another promising sign of recovery for the species being closely watched following a captive release program in north-east Victoria.

Conservationists are now hoping to use cutting-edge technology to track the flight of the regent honeyeaters as early as this year.

Read more at the ABC News website.

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