Sparky covered the last 621 km (386 miles) from Peru down into Antofagasta, Chile, in three days, obviously streaking for "home".
He arrived there on 30 November, having covered 10,992 km (6,830 miles) over a 56 day period.
Although he left the sub-arctic far later than Seven, he arrived on his winter range at about the same time, but having traveled far fewer days.
This completes his migration south for the season.
We would again like to thank and acknowledge the assistance of both Dr. Mike McGrady and Dr. Keith Bildstein. They provided both of the male transmitters for Sparrow King and Seven, allowing us all to learn so much about the migration of adult male "deep" peregrines this year.
Many thanks you guys!