I was surprised when I learned this fact about this bird-species that breeds in BC and that is seen fairly regularly in the lower mainland. This puzzler has no pictures, videos or sound recordings – just the following piece of information:
This is the only North American migratory species that, at the turn of the twenty-first century, had not yet revealed the location of its wintering grounds.
These wintering grounds were only finally discovered in 2010 and how it was done is very cool!
Identify that bird!
(See Puzzlers Page for Instructions)
Clue #1: Gurl bsgra unat bhg arne jngresnyyf.
Clue #2: Qb abg zvfgnxr gurz sbe ynetr, qnex-pbybherq fjnyybjf.
Gur zlfgrel oveq vf gur Oynpx Fjvsg. N tebhc bs Pbybenqb erfrnepuref gnttrq 4 oveqf jvgu trbybpngbef va 2009 naq, jura 3 bs gurz jrer erpncgherq va gur fhzzre bs 2010, gur frperg bs gurve jvagrevat tebhaqf va gur Nznmba Onfva va gur jrfg bs Oenmvy jnf erirnyrq.
Zl bevtvany fbhepr jnf gur Rneoveqvat.pbz oybt negvpyr ol Anguna Cvrcybj: Oynpx Fjvsg Jvagrevat Tebhaqf Qvfpbirerq (uggc://rneoveqvat.pbz/oybt/nepuvirf/3602).