Amur falcon, Longleng started on its migration from Somalia to India on April 29. Upon leaving the African continent, it made a four-day, non-stop flight over the Arabian Sea, skirting the coastline of the Arabian peninsula and then flew along the coast of Gujarat and enter India over Surat town. On May 2, Longleng made its first stop in a forested tract in the Gadchiroli Forest Reserve in eastern Maharashtra, after covering a distance of close to 4,800 km.

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Female Amur falcon, Longleng, that was satellite-tagged in October 2016 from the roost site in Yaongyimchen Community Reserve in Longleng district of Nagaland and it is the is the only falcon that is currently being tracked.

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