Angus 33 was at Coignafearn to 4th May and near Carrbridge on 5th to 7th, before flying to the Cairngorms and ranging fom Ben Avon to Invereshie. She then flew to Inchrory on 10th and next day flew on to Glenfiddich and so south to Glenbuchat by 10pm on 13th May
Angus 33 was at Corgarff 23rd and 24th and then flew over Cairngorms to Mar Esate. On 25th April flew north to the Cromdale hills and so to Glenfiidch/Cabrach. On 27th flew to Ballater and Glen Tanar and on 28th flew north over Ben Macdhui at 5pm on 28th and so to the wooded slopes above Loch an Eilein where stayed until 29th.
Angus 33 flew from Helmsdale to Ben Wyvis on 13th April, then next day to the Inverness Glens and Loch Mullardoch. On 16th -18th near Loch Cluanie and so via the Monadhliaths to Inchrory on 21st and to the area east of Brown Cow Hill on 22nd to 24th
She was near Kinbrace on 29th March and taht evening north of Morven in Caithness. She then remained in the area between Berriedale and Helmsdale until 11th April, with a return trip to the Golspie area on 8th April
Angus 33 was in the upper Dee until 13th March when she flew north to the Ladder Hills. She then set off on a big wandering flight to North Corrour on 20th – 21st, then north to Fort Augustus and by evening of 21st was near Loch Monar. Next day she was flying through Strathconon and by 11am was above Loch Glass in Easter Ross
Angus 33′s transmitter working well on some of these very cold sunny days. At 1pm on 17th February she was near Loch Lee in Glenesk and then flew NW being north of Loch Builg on 4pm. She settled in an area on the north side of Ben a’Bhuird before next day flying further NW. At 1pm she was near Geal Charn, 2pm over Abernethy Forest and an hour later in Strathnethy below Ben Bynack. Further non GPS locations for 20th came from the Monadhliaths between Coignafearn and Garrogie
Angis 33′s transmitter charged up a bit and sent out a good non GPS signal in evening of 14th February from upper Glencat, south of Glentanar
This map shows the extent of wandering during 2012 by Angus 33 - something like a range of 25,700 square km
No new signals in December, but weather has been cloudy over the period of shortest days so the transmitter has not been charging – situation will improve in January as days start to lengthen.
Angus 33′s transmitter gave a non GPS signal on 2nd December near Bridge of Dee, east of Braemar. The transmitter is not been charging due to the lack of sun so no GPS signals received.