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Newbury Ringing Group Recovery Maps

Lesser Redpoll

Acanthis cabaret

Our recovery maps include all known recoveries to and from :

(now in Oxfordshire)

North Hampshire,

East Wiltshire

South Oxfordshire

It includes records of recoveries:

(Ringing&Recoveries summaries)

Species have summary sheets giving details only of Newbury Ringing Group records including:

We use Google maps with overlays, markers with information windows and connecting lines between the Newbury area and the place of ringing or recovery. Where maps are to a large scale connecting lines are meaningless and not shown. The maps have all the standard Google features  including zoom, satelite and pan etc.



Open a Recovery Map by placing curser on the icon of the appropriate family name below selecting the species from the drop down menu

SORRY THE DROP DOWN MENUS MAY NOT WORK IF OPENED BY INTERNET EXPLORER NOT SURE WHY

USE MS EDGE OR ANY OTHER BROWSER


Latest Map(s) Update 10-May-2017 (click species below for updated map(s):

REED WARBLER SISKIN

Usually we show recoveries over 20 km, where there are many recoveries sub-maps show the appropriate area.

Recoveries fall broadly as follows (all reported to The British Trust for Ornithology):

Recaptured by ringers, known as a “control”, “recovery”, Sightings, usually colour rings or similar seen in the field.

Casualties; ringed remains found

MARKER LEGEND RINGED AT  RECOVERED ATRINGED & RECOVERED AT

Clicking on a map marker opens an information window (some tabbed) that  give recovery details as follows:

Places of Ringing and Recovery with decimal Latitude and Longitude coordinates.

Dates of Ringing and Recovery with the Ring number,

Distance in kilometres and the period between ringing and recovery in days

Where the source of the data is from another ringer (if known) we show the appropriate title or initials

Use Tabs and or slider (if present) to view multiple recoveries at the same site