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« Reply #300 on: August 26, 2018, 08:07:07 am »

Culrew on Seaton Snook yesterday evening. One colour ringed bird amongst flock of 50 or so.

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This is FH48888 ringed on 18/04/15 at Seal Sands Peninsula.   Not seen since.


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« Reply #301 on: August 28, 2018, 04:09:59 pm »

One of four on Seaton Snook this morning.

Ringed - 2013-06-18   Markenje, Grevelingen, Zuid-Holland

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status   date   observer   type   condition   region   actions
2018-08-28   NicholasForrest   observation   alive and healthy   —   
2017-08-18   Andy Johnson   observation   alive and healthy   Black Point, Hayling Island, Hampshire   
2017-08-14   Andy Johnson   observation   alive and healthy   Black Point, Hayling Island, Hampshire   
2017-05-30   Sander Bruijlants   observation   alive and healthy   Scheelhoek eilanden, Haringvliet, Zuid-Holland   
2014-02-14   Rafa Garcia   observation   alive and healthy   Tres Piedras Beach, Chipiona, Cadiz, SPAIN   
2013-07-27   Lee Collins   observation   alive and healthy   Dawlish Warren, Devon, GREAT BRITAIN   
2013-07-26   Lee Collins   observation   alive and healthy   Dawlish Warren, Devon, GREAT BRITAIN   
2013-07-24   Lee Collins   observation   alive and healthy   Dawlish Warren, Devon, GREAT BRITAIN   
2013-07-22   Lee Collins   observation   alive and healthy   Dawlish Warren, Devon, GREAT BRITAIN   
2013-07-21   Lee Collins   observation   alive and healthy   Dawlish Warren, Devon, GREAT BRITAIN   
2013-06-18   Ringgroep Delta   capture   alive and healthy   Markenje, Grevelingen, Zuid-Holland   


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« Reply #302 on: August 28, 2018, 08:15:42 pm »

Two more Sandwich Terns from Seaton Snook this morning. Both ringed Coquet Island.

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White-UJP was ringed (DT36076) as a chick on Coquet Island on 17 July 2016; no previous sightings other than on Coquet, but it has been on Coquet island this year between 4-22 August- last seen on 22 August and as numbers now seem to be dwindling substantially, I guess it is on its way south. The big question now is whether it will take a coastal route, or travel overland from Teesside to the Mersey.

White-UHA was also ringed (DT21284) on Coquet Island, on 2 August 2015; also no previous sightings away from Coquet, but it has been on or near Coquet all summer, from 31 May until last seen on 17 August 2018.
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« Reply #303 on: August 29, 2018, 11:52:45 am »

Present yesterday with three other colour ringed birds.

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Sandwich tern B-KD3.

This individual was marked as a chick on 18/6/2014 at Blakeney Point in Norfolk.

This individual has also been report on:

08/08/14 at Findhorn Bay, Moray, Scotland (NJ0364)
18/10/15 in South Africa (sorry, no exact location details available, but most sightings of Sandwich terns are from the west coast of South Africa).   
09/07/16 on the Farne Islands, Northumberland (NU2336)
25/07/18 at Port Seton, Leith, Scotland (NT4174)


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« Reply #304 on: August 31, 2018, 08:15:14 am »

Seaton Snook yesterday. Four cr-birds present though only two were readable.

White-UBK was a chick ringed (DT21232) on Coquet Island on 05/07/ 2015.

1st sighting 29/08/2015 at Slufter-zuid (53.136N, 4.802E), Netherlands.
06/09/2015 at Saint Pair sur Mer, Manche, Normandy, France.
This year seen at Spurn on 16/06, Coquet Island on 5/08, Marske Beach  on 6 & 8/08, and on Seal Sands 26/08.


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« Reply #305 on: September 05, 2018, 05:25:48 pm »

Black-tailed Godwit RO W/W at RSPB Saltholme on 19/08/18 was ringed 23.08.09 at Terrington, the Wash estuary, Norfolk, UK

Previous sightings -
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RO-W//W
23.08.09   Terrington, the Wash estuary, Norfolk, E England
18.01.10   Thames estuary, Kent, SE England
13.09.11   Colne estuary, Essex, E England
26.09.11   Colne estuary, Essex, E England
14.11.11   Baie du Mont St Michel, Manche, N France
22.08.13   Snettisham, the Wash estuary, Norfolk, E England
25.08.13   Snettisham, the Wash estuary, Norfolk, E England
04.12.13   Colne estuary, Essex, E England
15.12.13   Rainham Marshes, Thames estuary, Essex, SE England
29.04.14   Álftafjörður, E Iceland
30.04.14   Álftafjörður, E Iceland
07.08.14   Blackwater estuary, Essex, E England
22.08.14   Blackwater estuary, Essex, E England
17.01.15   Blackwater estuary, Essex, E England
13.02.15   Thames estuary, Kent, SE England
30.04.15   Álftafjörður, E Iceland
10.02.16   Hamford Water, Essex, E England
14.07.16-02.11.16   Stour estuary, Essex, E England
23.04.17   Caldy Wildfowl Collection, Wirral, Merseyside, NW England
24.04.17   Isle of Tiree, Argyll, W Scotland
25.04.17   Isle of Tiree, Argyll, W Scotland
09.08.17   Stour estuary, Essex, E England
30.08.17   Stour estuary, Essex, E England
11.09.17   Alton Water, Stour estuary, Essex, E England
20.09.17   Stour estuary, Essex, E England
13.02.18   Mucking Flats, Thames estuary, Essex, E England
19.08.18   Saltholme, Cleveland, NE England


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« Reply #306 on: September 05, 2018, 05:28:31 pm »

At RSPB Saltholme on 10/08/2018 was ringed Réserve Naturelle de Moëze-Oléron, W.France. Details to follow.

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Espèce : LIMLIM
Combinaison : BDW//Y/G/N
Date du baguage : 19/12/2017
Lieu du baguage : FR, 17, MOEZE - nr Rochefort, Western France
Age de l'oiseau lors du baguage : +1A
Bagueur : DELAPORTE, Philippe
Date Pays Département Commune Localité Latitude Longitude Observateurs
19/12/2017 FR 17 MOEZE lagune nord 45.891 -1.086 DELAPORTE, Philippe
10/08/2018 GB Stockton-on-Tees STOCKTON-ON-TEES Poplar Terrace 54.595 -1.228 STOKELD Mark
10/08/2018 GB Stockton-on-Tees STOCKTON-ON-TEES 54.602 -1.220 FORREST Nicholas
14/08/2018 GB Stockton-on-Tees STOCKTON-ON-TEES 54.602 -1.220 FORREST Nicholas
13/09/2018 FR 17 MOËZE tanne ronde 45.881 -1.087 ROUSSEAU Pierre


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« Reply #307 on: September 22, 2018, 03:54:39 pm »

Black-headed Gull at Redcar Beach.
Ringed in Oslo, Norway in 2003


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« Reply #308 on: October 19, 2018, 06:01:43 pm »

On the Snook this morning.

Ringed Seal Sands 16/12/2016


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« Reply #309 on: October 30, 2018, 05:44:55 pm »

Found and photographed by Dave Harrison at Hartlepool Marina.

Ringed 4/11/2016 Harewood Whin landfill site, to the west of York.

Also sighted Jacksons Landing by Ian Foster on 13/06/2017.


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« Reply #310 on: November 02, 2018, 06:34:16 pm »

Plenty of Rock Pipit on Hartlepool Headland this morning with groups of 5 and 6 plus singles and pairs. 15+ present in total. One by the Heugh was colour ringed. Yellow with black lettering N03.

Immediate response from ringer in Norway. Ringed 23/03/2017 Makkevika, Norway.

Previous sightings on Headland on 31/12/2017 and 01/01/2018.

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Ring no : Stavanger ED08258
Yellow colour ring N03 ( Left tarsus : metal ring.    Right tarsus: yellow colour ring  engraved with three black letters N03).   :LBM:RBYN(N03)
Age/sex/biometric: 2K+ ( hatched 2016 or before). Wing: 89 mm. Weight: 23,5 g.
Ringing date: 23.03.2017, 09 hrs.
Ringing place: Makkevika (62*30'N-006*02'E) (Giske Ornithological Station), Giske, Møre & Romsdal, Norway.
Remarks: Caught in walk-in-trap at our wader station.
Ringer:  Kjell Mork Soot / Sunnmøre RG.



Finding date :30.12.2017 + 01.01.2018
Observed : Hartlepool Headland (54*41'N-001*11'W) Cleveland, England, UK
Distance : 961 km SSW.  Direction: 209 deg. Time : 0-9-9 (observed 9 months-9 days after ringing).
Remarks: Photodocumented.
Observer: Christopher Brown

Finding date :02.11.2018
Observed : Hartlepool Headland (54*41'N-001*11'W) Cleveland, England, UK
Distance : 961 km SSW.  Direction: 209 deg. Time : 1-7-10 (observed  1 year- 7 months-10 days after ringing).
Remarks: Photodocumented.  «Around 15+ were present.»
Observer: Nicholas Forrest


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« Reply #311 on: November 28, 2018, 12:22:10 am »

Seen by Paddy's Pool at RSPB Saltholme with three others on 11th November 2018.

Apparently it was seen at Saltholme by another birder on 2nd November.

Ringed Spitsbergen, Norway 12/08/1998 - making it 20 yrs old.

Longevity record is 26 yrs 11 months 11 days. Typical lifespan is 14 yrs.


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Yellow ZB - first ringed by the Dutch as a male gosling at Ny Aalesund, Spitsbergen, Svalbad, Norway on 12/8/98 with a metal ring only.
Recaptured and colour ringed in 2015 at Nordenskioldkysten, Spitsbergen when it was recorded as a female by the Dutch ringer (sexing is far more difficult at gosling stage).
It has not been recorded on the Solway wintering grounds since (due to it being metal ring only bird up until 2015 when the yellow ZB was added). Even so it has evaded detection since 2015 so it is good to hear that this 20 year old bird is still going strong…


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« Reply #312 on: January 09, 2019, 05:02:54 pm »

Seen yesterday at Newburn Bridge by Dave Harrison.
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Gull colour ringing in Norway (6)
Last CR-Code Black ring with white code: JU223 LBM;RBNW(JU223)
Ringing Centre Stavanger Museum (Norway) Ring number 3038173
Species Great Black-backed Gull  Larus marinus   
Date   Place   Coordinates   Days   Distance   Direction
   04.07 2014       Trollkolholmene, Tvedestrand, Aust-Agder, Norway   58°34'00"N 009°00'40"E   -----   -----   ---
   Photograph: Carsten Lome
   10.08 2016        Newburn Bridge, Hartlepool, Durham, Great Britain   54°40'46"N 001°11'52"W   768   759    
   21.04 2017    Hanstholm Havn, Nordjylland, Denmark   57°07'23"N 008°35'46"E   1022   162    
   21.06 2017     Hartlepool Headland, Durham, Great Britain   54°41'47"N 001°10'30"W   1083   757    
   Photograph: Brown, Chris
   29.04 2018    Lille Danmark, Kragerø, Telemark, Norway   58°54'52"N 009°38'13"E   1395   53    
   08.01 2019     Newburn Bridge, Hartlepool, Durham, Great Britain   54°40'46"N 001°11'52"W   1649   759    
   Photograph: Nicholas Ian Forrest
   Photograph: David Harrison


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« Reply #313 on: March 14, 2019, 03:24:49 pm »

At least two with yellow darvics present this morning.

Two together initially on end of causeway out from 'triangle' with yellow rings but too distant to read even with scope.

An hour later they'd moved. However there was a flock of around 40 Barnacles in front of Petroplus. As they flew around and landed I took photos and caught one with a readable yellow darvic VT.

Speedy response to my enquiry -

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VT was ringed 25/07/2015 in Nordenskioldkysten, Spitsbergen, Svalbard, Norway as an unsexed gosling.


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