Since August I've been following the progress of two Osprey chicks from Scotland that had tracking devices fitted - one (a male) stayed near Hythe for a month, then set off in a slightly wrong direction and presumably ditched exhausted into the Atlantic.
The female spent a similar time in southern England, around Oxford, then made steady progress south across western France, across the Med (not via Gibraltar) then across the Sahara. She is now in Senegal, near the Senegal River and lakes which should provide a good food supply.
While checking her current position, I noticed a strange moon-crater-like image, and zooming in can see that it is a village. The layout of houses and enclosures is clearly shown, and there are clues about the inhabitants' lifestyle.