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Moskva

Posted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 7:08 pm
by marsmuusse
There is an influx going on of passerine species here in the Netherlands, with a small group of 4 Olive-backed Pipits together at Vlieland, and also 4 Raddes Warblers spread over this small island. But for all these birds: no rings, no glory; although some people may think different about this.
So, I spent my afternoon again at Scheveningen harbour, with several local ringed birds and, surprisingly, nice to see a ringed Russian bird as well! No doubt it travel quickly south all the way from the coast of the White Sea in the Kandalaksha Nature Reserve (67.15N,32.30E), Murmansk District, Russia.
By now, most Lesser Black-backed Gulls seem to have moved further south, out of my region, leaving almost only Herring Gulls, `the Grey Plague` according to Pim, but probably he doesn´t refer to ringed Russian birds (but in way he is right, many birds of which we think are from Scandinavia are not ringed).
Some images made today...

Re: Moskva

Posted: Wed Oct 24, 2012 4:26 pm
by Cristian Mihai
Great pics, Mars.

Re: Moskva

Posted: Thu Feb 14, 2013 11:41 pm
by NHLore
Here's one with a Moskva ring from Lista, Vest-Agder in Southern Norway 05.01.13. Not really looking of Northern origin.

Re: Moskva

Posted: Thu Dec 27, 2018 8:40 pm
by marsmuusse
Herring Gull argentatus rum ES21079 1CY, December 14 2018, Katwijk, the Netherlands.

From Russia.

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RING NUMBER Moskwa ES-21 079
SPECIES Larus argentatus
AGE pull
RINGING DATE 25.06.2018
PROVINCE Russia, Murmansk O.
RINGING PLACE Kandalakshskiy Nature Reserve, Oleniy arkhipelag, isl. - Polovinnitsa Bolshaya
COORDINATES 67.08 N 32.22 E

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FINDING DATE 14.12.2018
PROVINCE Netherlands, Zuid-Holland
FINDING PLACE Katwijk aan Zee
COORDINATES 52.13 N 4.24 E
FINDING Larus argentatus, 1 y
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DISTANCE 2249 km DIRECTION 223 degrees
ELAPSED TIME 172 days
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Re: Moskva

Posted: Thu Dec 27, 2018 8:45 pm
by marsmuusse
Herring Gull argentatus rum ES023655 1CY, November 13 2018, Katwijk, the Netherlands.
From Russia, with love.

Data:
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RING NUMBER Moskwa ES-023 655
SPECIES Larus argentatus
AGE pull
RINGING DATE 19.06.2018
PROVINCE Russia, Murmansk O.
RINGING PLACE Kandalakshskiy Nature Reserve, Porya guba, isl. Krestovyy
COORDINATES 66.40 N 33.55 E
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FINDING DATE 13.11.2018
PROVINCE Netherlands, Zuid-Holland
FINDING PLACE Katwijk aan Zee
COORDINATES 52.13 N 4.24 E
FINDING Larus argentatus, 1 y
DETAILS sight record
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ref. 737/18 Netherlands
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DISTANCE 2259 km DIRECTION 226 degrees ELAPSED TIME 147 days
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Re: Moskva

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:14 pm
by marsmuusse
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Present in February 2018 at katwijk beach, but found it's way south again in january 2019: rum C730262.

RING NUMBER Moskwa C-730 262
SPECIES Larus argentatus
SEX
AGE pull
RINGING DATE 26.06.2013
PROVINCE Russia, Murmansk O.
RINGING PLACE Kandalakshskiy Nature Reserve, Oleniy arkhipelag, isl. Malyy
COORDINATES 67.07 N 32.25 E

Re: Moskva

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:16 pm
by marsmuusse
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Another Russian at Katwijk - Noordwijk beach: 2CY rum ES27859 on January 14 2019.

Re: Moskva

Posted: Sat Feb 02, 2019 9:43 pm
by marsmuusse
From the same region, this GBBG at Scheveningen harbour on February 02 2019 (bird already present for 1 1/2 weeks):
rum ES030452.
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