Common Ringed Plover

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,

Plovers

notes: 

Combination of :
* yellow ring (on left tibia)
* orange ring wioth a black two numeric code (on left tarsus)

note 1 : used numbers are : 00-99.

note 2 :

Finnish Museum of Natural History LUOMUS, University of Helsinki, Finland.

Plovers

notes: 

Combination of :
- yellow ring with a black three numeric code (on left tibia).
- metal ring above red ring (on right tibia).

note 1 : used codes are 000-999, excl. number 0 and 8.

note 2 :

Belarus Ringing Centre,

Plovers

notes: 

Combination of :
- yellow ring with a black three numeric code (on left tibia).
- metal ring (on right tibia).
- red ring (on right tibia).

note 1 : not used numbers are 0 and 8.

note 2 :  
 

Ringing Centre Belarus,

Plovers

notes: 

Combination of :
​* 
red ring (on left tibia)
​* metal ring (on left tarsus)
​* yellow ring with a black three alpha-code (letter/letter/letter) (on right tarsus).

note 1 : birds ringed in Ems estuary, Germany during spring 2012.

note 2 : the three alpha code starts with a first letter 'A'.

Dr. Winfried Daunicht, Dorfstraße 20, D-24863 Börm, Germany.

Plovers

notes: 

Combination of a white ring with a black three alpha-numeric code (on right tarsus) and orange ring (on left tarsus).

note 1 : used codes are A00-A99, ...

note 2 : used letters are A, E, H, J, M, N, P, R, S, T.

note 3 :

Polish Ringing Scheme, Stacja Ornitologiczna MiIZ PAN, ul. Nadwislanska 108, 80-680 Gdansk, Poland.

Plovers

notes: 

Combination of :
* white flag (OR geolocator) above dark-green c-ring (on left tibia)
* 2 c-rings OR metal ring (on left tarsus)
* white flag (OR geolocator) above dark-green c-ring (on right tibia)
*  2 c-rings OR metal ring (on left tarsus)

note 1 : used colours are : dark-green, light-green, dark-blue, light blue, yellow, orange. 

note 2 : 16 birds were ringed during 2014 and 45 during 2015. Additional 34 individuals also have a geolocator on upper left or upper right leg.

note 3 : 

Don-Jean Léandri-Breton, 159 Philippe st., Rosemère, Québec (Canada), G1R1K9.

Plovers

notes: 

Yellow ring with a black three alpha-numeric code : number/letter/number (on right tibia) and metal ring (on left tarsus).

note 1 : used codes are : 0H0-9H9.

note 2 :

BirdLife Belarus,

Plovers

notes: 

Combination of c-rings : 3 c-rings (on left tarsus) and white ring over c-ring (on right tarsus).

note 1 :  

Johan Wallendar, Goteborgs Universitet, Departement of Zoology, Box 463, SE 405 30 Goteborg, Sweden.

Plovers

notes: 

Orange flag with black 3 alpha code on right tibia and yellow ring on left tibia.

note 1: Starting 2012 birds are ringed in the surroundings of Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway.

Kjell Mork Soot, Hareidsvegen 234, N-6060 Hareid, Norway

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