This 2014 video is called Demovideo LIFE+ Northern Bald Ibis Project Reason for Hope.
From Wildlife Extra:
The rarest birds in the Middle East are returning to breeding grounds after being fitted with satellite tags to unveil the mystery of their migration journey.
The re-appearance of one northern bald ibis in Palmyra, Syria, with two others on its tail, has been heralded as a success for the nine-month tracking project that began when scientists tagged three adult birds last summer.
The trio, Sultan, Salam and Zenobia (the latter named after Palmyra’s third-century warrior queen) have flown more than 3,800 miles across seven countries on their migration route spending the winter in the Ethiopian highlands, 50 miles from the country’s capital Addis Ababa.
Bedouin nomads and rangers from the Syrian Ministry of Agriculture and Agrarian Reform are protecting the breeding site and the new tracking data will help conservationists safeguard the birds on migration and over winter as well.
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Northern bald ibis in Austria: here.