Scotland.

Terns

species: 
notes: 

Combination of 3 c-rings and metal ring.

note 1 :

 

Alistair Smith,

Gulls

notes: 

White code with a red four alpha-numeric code : last letter "C".

note 1 : four alpha-numeric code of which the last letter is always a "C", site identifier for Clyde, ringing area in Scotland.

note 2 : a colon (:) is always following the first three alpha-numeric code. For example : 1A1:C , 0Z0:C, ect...

note 3 : note used letters are : F, I, O and Q.

Iain Livingstone Clyde RG,

Gulls

species: 
notes: 

White code with a red four alpha-numeric code (last letter "C")

note 1 : four alpha-numeric code of which the last letter is always a "C", site identifier for Clyde, ringing-area in Scotland.
note 2 : a colon (:) is always following the first three alpha-numeric code. For example : 1A1:C , 0Z0:C, etc...
note 3 : note used letters are : F, I, O and Q.
 

Iain Livingstone Clyde RG,

Gulls

notes: 

White code with a red four alpha-numeric code (last letter "C")

note 1 : four alpha-numeric code of which the last letter is always a "C", site identifier for Clyde, ringing area in Scotland.

note 2 : a colon (:) is always following the first three alpha-numeric code. For example : 1A1:C , 0Z0:C, etc...

note 3 : note used letters are : F, I, O and Q.

Iain Livingstone Clyde RG,

Gulls

notes: 

Yellow ring (on left leg) and metal ring (on right leg).

note 1 : during 1999 some 180 chicks have been ringed in Aberdeen, Scotland.

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

Crows

species: 
notes: 

Black ring with a white 2 alpha-numeric code (on left leg) and metal ring (on right leg).

note 1 : codes should be read from the foot up (except some exceptions).
note 2 : birds ringed at the Orkney Islands, Scotland, UK.
note 3 : during 2010 : 9 adults marked and during 2011 : 12 adults marked, 50 pulli.

G. McIvor, School of Psychology, University of St Andrews, South Street, St Andrews, Fife, Scotland, KY16 8JF.

Grebes

species: 
notes: 

Combination of 2 c-rings (on left leg) and 1 c-ring (on right leg) and metal ring.

note 1: used colours are red, yellow, green, white, blue and orange.

note 2: birds are trapped and ringed on regularly used moulting loch near Inverness, Scotland during September and October each year. By 2005 some 22 birds were ringed.

Ian Dillon, RSPB Scotland, Etive House, Beechwood Park, Inverness, IV2 3BW Scotland.

Loons

notes: 

Combination of 1 c-ring above metal ring above 1 c-ring.

note 1 : used colours are grey, yellow, red, orange, white, dark-blue and light-green.

 

Stuart Williams, Crafty, Firth Orkney, Scotland, KW172ES.

Terns

species: 
notes: 

Combination of a white ring with a black 3 letter code beginning with E (reading down on left tarsus) and metal ring (on right tarsus).

note 1 : rings are white with black letters using the letters A, B, C, D, F, H, J, K, L, N, P, S, T, V, Z.

note 2 : Other colours and numbers may be used from 2011 but the first letter is always E.

note 3 : birds have been ringed in north-east Scotland by Grampian Ringing Group.

note 4 : 200 birds have been ringed at night in autumn 2010 and have included a number of birds ringed elsewhere in the UK and Europe.

Terns

species: 
notes: 

Combination of 2 c-rings and metal ring.

note 1 : most probably chicks ringed at the Sands of Forvie NNR at Newburgh, NE Scotland.

note 2 :

Alistair Smith,
Ewan Weston,

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