distribution of cachinnans in (NW) Europe

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Re: distribution of cachinnans in (NW) Europe

Post by Theo Muusse » Wed Jan 09, 2013 8:08 pm

Here we go, for a score of the moment:
2 countries used as origin, Poland and Ukrain + Russia
Number of records known to us up to now:
Norway 1
Sweden 8
Denmark 2
Finland 10
Great Britain 17
Germany 54
Holland 74
Belgium 9
France 13
Austria 1
Switzerland 2
Hungary 2
Croatia 9
Italy 1
Spain 11

So, come on everybody!

Theo

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Re: distribution of cachinnans in (NW) Europe

Post by Luka Jurinovic » Thu Jan 10, 2013 8:34 am

Hi!
Sorry, I don't get this...

This "Croatia 9" means that you have knowledge of 9 cach ringed in Croatia and found in NW Europe or 9 cach found in Croatia ringed in Poland or Ukraine?

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Luka

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Re: distribution of cachinnans in (NW) Europe

Post by Theo Muusse » Thu Jan 10, 2013 9:59 am

The latter.
The number behind each country is the number of records we know of ringed cachinnans from Poland/ Ukrain in that country.
If the number should be higher, please help!!

Theo

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Re: distribution of cachinnans in (NW) Europe

Post by Theo Muusse » Sun Jan 27, 2013 7:08 pm

The score of this moment, updated till today:

Number of records known to us up to now:
Norway 1
Sweden 41
Denmark 3
Finland 10
Great Britain 22
Germany 102
Holland 87
Belgium 26
France 36
Austria 1
Switzerland 3
Poland 29
Lithunia 1
Hungary 7
Croatia 10
Romania 2
Czech rep 2
Italy 1
Spain 12

So, come on everybody!

Theo

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Re: distribution of cachinnans in (NW) Europe

Post by lou bertalan » Sun Jan 27, 2013 11:41 pm

theo, did you ask wolfgang schweighofer about his austria ringreadings?

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Re: distribution of cachinnans in (NW) Europe

Post by Theo Muusse » Mon Jan 28, 2013 10:23 pm

Via this forum yes.
But I have the idea that in his eyes I said something wrong.
About a ring in Austria that looked different to me but I did explain that I was not conspicuous but purely interested...

Theo

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Re: distribution of cachinnans in (NW) Europe

Post by WolfgangSchweighofer » Thu Jan 31, 2013 7:20 pm

Theo Muusse wrote: But I have the idea that in his eyes I said something wrong.
About a ring in Austria that looked different to me but I did explain that I was not conspicuous but purely interested...
Don´t worry about that .... ;)
2 things: I have a lot of stress now. And I have lost my local patch for large gulls, so I´m not so often in this forum.

Concerning ringed cachinnans: Since 2 years I have handed over my responsibility for "Austrian" gull rings to BirdLife Austria. So I think, I should not provide life lists and data of Austrian birds. There are much more than one ;)
I´ve checked my last list (spring 2011) and counted about 105 ringed cach´s and hybrids, most of them from Poland, several from Ukraine and few from Lithuania and Belarus, one from eastern Germany, most of these birds read by myself.
Last 2 winters some new ones have been read by different people, among them 2 birds from Slovakia (pullus ringed) and finally the only one which I personally could read this winter season was the first one from Hungary (2nd winter, pullus ringed)! In total around 120 birds for Austria...

Wolfgang

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Re: distribution of cachinnans in (NW) Europe

Post by Theo Muusse » Thu Jan 31, 2013 8:26 pm

Okay.
I am glad you are back and hope you will un-stress quickly!

About the cach-rings.
Is it possible that you ask them for a total list or......
When there is time for you, do you think you can help with this and pictures or ...

Cheers, THeo

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Re: distribution of cachinnans in (NW) Europe

Post by alfosse » Sat Mar 16, 2013 10:16 am

3 new cr-Caspian in our département of Maine-et-Loire, Western France (some pictures later):
yellow PLPB
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yellow PHLD
yellow PKUX (soon)
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All our cr-Caspian on that page: now (15 March 2013) 23 controls/10 cr-birds (since 2003).
(8 different Caspian Gulls - including the 3 cr-gulls above - in 3 days at 2 landfill sites, up to 5 birds on the same day.)
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Re: distribution of cachinnans in (NW) Europe

Post by Ronald Klein » Sat Mar 16, 2013 1:47 pm

The German summary shows NOT the high number of birds hatched in the mixed colonies in East-Germany and Poland.

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