Scotland.

Goosanders

species: 
notes: 

Combination of two c-rings (on left leg) and metal ring (on right leg).

note 1 : birds ringed in Aberdeen, Scotland.

note 2 : 

Euan Ferguson,Grampian Ringing Group,

Plovers

notes: 

Combination of :
* yellow flag with a three numeric code (on left tarsus).
* metal ring (on right tibia)
* blue ring (on right tibia)

note 1 :  used numbers are : 000-999 and are written from the bottom, upwards. 

note 2 : the length of the flag is shorter then a normal flag and is engraved on both sides as well as on the forward part of the ring part of the flag.  

note 3 : purpose of the project is the fidelity to coastal and changing industrial breeding sites and wintering areas of these breeding populations.

note 4 :

Chris Mc Guigan, 9 Union Place, Montrose, DD108QB, Scotland.

Waders

notes: 

Combination of :
* 2 c-rings (on left tibia)
* 2 c-ring (on right tibia).

note 1 : birds ringed in NE Scotland.

note 2 :

Terns

species: 
notes: 

Dark-blue ring with a white three alpha-numeric code, starting letter 'C' followed by two numbers (on one leg) and metar ring (on other leg).

note 1 : birds ringed in East Lothian, Scotland from 2017 onwards.

note 2 : used codes are : C00-C99.

note 3 :  

Duncan Priddle, Countryside Officer,

Waders

species: 
notes: 

Yellow ring -with attached geolocator- (on left tibia) an metal ring (on right leg).

note 1 :  

Adam Cross,

Terns

species: 
notes: 

White ring with a black three alpha-numeric code, starting lettr 'E' followed by two numbers (on one leg) and metal ring (on other leg).

note 1 : used codes are : E00-E99.

note 2 : birds ringed in Clyde, Scotland, by Clyde Ringing Group.

note 3 : 

Iain Livingstone,

Terns

species: 
notes: 

Light-green ring with a black three alpha code, starting letter 'E' (on one leg) and metal ring (on other leg).

note 1 : used letters : A, B, C, D, F, H, J, K, L, N, P, S, T, V, Z.

note 2 : birds ringed in north-east Scotland by Grampian Ringing Group.

note 3 : 

 

Ewan Weston,

Gulls

notes: 

Orange ring with a black four alpha-numeric code (on left leg) and metal ring (on right leg).

note 1 : used codes are : number / number / number / colon ':' / letter 'F' ... where the letter 'F' is the scheme identifier (F is Forth).

note 2 :
 

John Davies,

Waxwings

notes: 

Combination of :
- 1 up to a combination of 3 c-rings (on right or left leg) and metal ring (on the other leg)

note 1 : the c-rings were in the early ‘90s on the right leg, in 2004 on the left leg. The metal ring on the left leg and in 2004 on the right leg.

note 2 : used colours are : orange, red, white, yellow, dark-blue, light-green, dark-green and black.

note 3 : red/white, yellow/white, orange/white, dark blue/white, red/yellow, orange/red. 

note 4 : nearly 200 waxwings have been colour-ringed around Aberdeen, Scotland in late October/early November 2004.
Please check all flocks you see for rings and report to raymond@waxwing.fsnet.co.uk
It is important to record which leg the colour-rings are on.
Colours used are : orange, red, white, yellow, dark blue, light green, dark green and black.
The last substantial October/November invasions into the UK were back in the early 1990s. In November 1990 we colour-ringed 189 waxwings and thanks to a superb effort by many birdwatchers, 115 sightings of 54 colour-ringed birds were reported throughout the UK away from Aberdeen that winter, as well as birds in Denmark and the Netherlands.

note 5 :

Raymond Duncan, 86 Broadfold Drive, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, Scotland AB23 8PP.

Grouses

species: 
notes: 

Black wingtag with a white two alpha-numeric code.

note 1 : used starting-letters are A, B, C, D or F.

note 2 : same combination is used on both wings.

note 3 : 

Clive Walton,

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