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Phalacrocorax aristotelis - Shag ( 00800 )
Numbers of Euring ringing recoveries

This page contains a summary of the ringing recoveries held in the EURING Data Bank. The contents of the EURING Data Bank may change, mostly as a result of recent data from ringing schemes. Numbers of records currently held may be slightly different from those quoted here.

Recoveries by Decade

Time period Records of dead
Records of live
<1940 136 4
1940-1949 50 5
1950-1959 523 47
1960-1969 1,976 150
1970-1979 2,469 158
1980-1989 3,467 179
1990-1999 2,889 225
2000-2009 2,269 739
2010-2019 103 182
  13,882 1,689

All schemes for which there is at least one recovery are listed.

Recoveries by Scheme

Country Scheme Scheme Name Number of dead
Number of live
Channel Islands CIJ Jersey 130 7
Croatia HRZ Zagreb (Ornit. Inst.) 8 115
Denmark DKC Copenhagen 14 .
France FRP Paris 16 .
Norway NOO Zoological Museum (Oslo) 25 2
Norway NOS Stavanger Museum 95 22
Spain ESI Madrid (ICONA) 91 18
Spain ESM Madrid (SEO) 15 2
UK & Ireland GBT London (British Museum, Tring, Thetford) 13,485 1,523
USSR SUM Moskwa 3 .

All schemes for which there is at least one recovery are listed.

Maps of recovery locations
Note that some records presented on this map may not be currently available from the EDB and some newly received records are not yet shown.

  Records on dead recoveries Records on live recaptures/sightings
Where they were ringed (click on map for larger view)
Where they were found (click on map for larger view)

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This index should be cited as:
du Feu, C.R., Joys, A.C., Clark, J.A., Fiedler, W., Downie, I.S., van Noordwijk, A.J., Spina, F., Wassenaar, R. & Baillie, S.R. (2009) EURING Data Bank geographical index 2009. (
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