Angus 26 was along Glen Clova on January 7th and then flew SE to Cat Law, where it settleed between there and Backwater Reservoir. On 11th flew north to north end of forestry and then flew back to main location.
Lee’s transmitter was scheduled to switch to two-hourly schedule on 25th, and I was hoping that might ‘kick in’ renewed transmissions. No signals suggest that Lee is either dead or the transmitter has failed.
Lee was alive on 5th February, but the signals from the north Angus glens were poor quality and the battery had not been fully charged, due to poor weather. But there were no signals for 9th or 13th February which is a bit worrying. Hope the sun comes out and charges the battery soon. Next transmission due on 17th, if nothing then will start to get more concerned.
Poor signals but still in the Invermark to Glentanar area
Only non GPS signals which showed him to the east of Invermark on 28th and 29th January.
Poor quality signals on 24th suggested he was back in the Angus Glens
Lee was in Glentanar until 10am on 17th, then there were no more GPS locations but non-GPS locations came in for early on 20th January when he was at the north end of Loch Builg.
Yesterday afternoon, 16th, Lee flew to Glen Tanar and was in the main glen at 4pm.
Lee moved back to Glen Clova on 6th December, then to Glen Lethnot on afternoon of 7th and was still there morning of 8th December.