Southern Colour Ringing Group

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For Brent Geese, the Southern Colour Ringing Group uses green rings with a two-letter white code. To report a sighting of one of these birds please complete and submit this form. For other colours or codes, please check the European Colour-ring Birding website to locate the project contact or submit your sighting through the EURING website.

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For Grey Herons, the Southern Colour Ringing Group uses white rings with a three-character alphanumeric black code. To report a sighting of one of these birds please complete and submit this form. For other colours or codes, please check the European Colour-ring Birding website to locate the project contact or submit your sighting through the EURING website.

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For Little Egrets, the Southern Colour Ringing Group uses orange rings on the left leg and black or green rings on the right leg, each with a single alphanumeric code. To report a sighting of one of these birds please complete and submit this form. For other colours or codes, please check the European Colour-ring Birding website to locate the project contact or submit your sighting through the EURING website.

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For Red Kites, the Southern Colour Ringing Group uses coloured wing-tags. To report a sighting of one of these birds please complete and submit this form. For other colours or codes, please check the European Colour-ring Birding website to locate the project contact or submit your sighting through the EURING website.

For Common Gulls, the North Thames Gull Group used orange rings with black code starting with '2' followed by three letters. To report a sighting of one of these birds please complete and submit this form. For other colours or codes, please check the European Colour-ring Birding website to locate the project contact or submit your sighting through the EURING website.

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For Black-headed Gulls, the North Thames Gull Group and the Southern Colour Ringing Group use yellow rings with black code starting with '2' followed by three letters (e.g. 2AAA) or '2' followed by a letter and two numbers (e.g. 2A01). To report a sighting of one of these birds please complete and submit this form. For other colours or codes, please check the European Colour-ring Birding website to locate the project contact or submit your sighting through the EURING website.

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For Herring Gulls, the North Thames Gull Group used orange rings with a black inscription comprising a letter followed by two letters or numbers followed by 'T' or 'Z' (e.g. AA1T, A1AT or AA1Z). To report a sighting of one of these birds please complete and submit this form. For other colours or codes, please check the European Colour-ring Birding website to locate the project contact or submit your sighting through the EURING website.

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For Lesser Black-backed Gulls, the North Thames Gull Group used orange rings with a black inscription comprising a letter followed by two letters or numbers followed by 'T' or 'Z' (e.g. AA1T, A1AT or AA1Z). To report a sighting of one of these birds please complete and submit this form. For other colours or codes, please check the European Colour-ring Birding website to locate the project contact or submit your sighting through the EURING website.

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For Great Black-backed Gulls, the North Thames Gull Group used orange rings with a black inscription comprising a letter followed by two letters or numbers followed by 'T' or 'Z' (e.g. AA1T, A1AT or AA1Z). To report a sighting of one of these birds please complete and submit this form. For other colours or codes, please check the European Colour-ring Birding website to locate the project contact or submit your sighting through the EURING website.

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For Yellow-legged Gulls, the North Thames Gull Group used orange rings with a black inscription comprising a letter followed by two letters or numbers followed by 'T' or 'Z' (e.g. AA1T, A1AT or AA1Z). To report a sighting of one of these birds please complete and submit this form. For other colours or codes, please check the European Colour-ring Birding website to locate the project contact or submit your sighting through the EURING website.

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For Caspian Gulls, the North Thames Gull Group used orange rings with a black inscription comprising a letter followed by two letters or numbers followed by 'T' or 'Z' (e.g. AA1T, A1AT or AA1Z). To report a sighting of one of these birds please complete and submit this form. For other colours or codes, please check the European Colour-ring Birding website to locate the project contact or submit your sighting through the EURING website.

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For Mediterranean Gulls, the North Thames Gull Group has used yellow rings with black codes 2E30 to 2E39, 2E50 to 2E59 and 2H70 to 2H79. To report a sighting of one of these birds please complete and submit this form. For other colours or codes, please check the European Colour-ring Birding website to locate the project contact or submit your sighting through the EURING website.

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For Gadwall, the Southern Colour Ringing Group uses black rings with a two-letter white code. To report a sighting of one of these birds please complete and submit this form. For other colours or codes, please check the European Colour-ring Birding website to locate the project contact or submit your sighting through the EURING website.

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For Shoveler, the Southern Colour Ringing Group uses black rings with a two-letter white code. To report a sighting of one of these birds please complete and submit this form. For other colours or codes, please check the European Colour-ring Birding website to locate the project contact or submit your sighting through the EURING website.

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For Jackdaws, the Southern Colour Ringing Group used orange rings with a black inscription comprising a three letters or numbers. To report a sighting of one of these birds please complete and submit this form. For other colours or codes, please check the European Colour-ring Birding website to locate the project contact or submit your sighting through the EURING website.

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Please provide your name and email address so that we may provide you with more details of the bird that you have re-sighted. We will not use this information for any other purpose.

Sightings

Much of the value of colour ringing comes from re-sighting reports by birdwatchers and members of the public. We welcome all reports of the birds that we have colour-ringed to allow us to build up a life history of the movements of each bird. Repeat sightings at the same location are just as valuable as those from new or distant sites.

Please use the form on the right to let us know when and where you have seen one of these birds. We will respond as soon as possible, usually within a week, with details of where and when the bird was ringed and a link to a page on this website showing a map of its movements.

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