The birds were released this morning, July 21 2006, from Partridge Hill Road and Range Road 211 into a clear sky, temperature 22 degrees C, moderate head wind, at 9:30 AM
The birds were released this morning, July 24 2006, at 10 AM after a heavy thunderstorm passed through. It was sunny, 24 degrees C with a light head wind. The birds cleared well after a couple of circles which made me race home to beat them as I still had to connect the power that was interupted previously because of the storm.
The birds were released this morning, August 2 2006, at 9:30 AM into a partly cloudy sky. The temperature was 16 degrees C and there was a light to moderate head wind. The birds had to pass through a shower on their way home.
The birds were released this morning, August 6 2006, at 8:45 AM into a clear sky. The temperature was 15 degrees C and there was a light side wind.
The birds were released at 8:30 this morning, August 13, into a partially cloudy sky with very isolated showers, light head winds and 19°C.
The birds were released this morning outside Lashburn, 253 km, at 8:15 AM into a clear sky, light head winds, 20 °C.
The birds were released this morning at 6:30 AM from Regina (50°36'54N & 104°46'13W) into a clear sky.
The weather at release was 7°C and calm. During the course of the race, the temperature increased to 28° C. The wind gradually became a moderate tailwind which decreased to a very light tailwind (S 5 km/hr) as we came closer to Edmonton.