I've seen two similarly banded canada out in shelburne bay, i didn't
catch the number though. both sightings last month, but on different
days, could be the same bird, could be different.
- Nate J
Quoting MARIE/KEVIN HEMEON <[log in to unmask]>:
> I thought the copied message below from the MDOsprey birding listerv from
> Kathy Klimkiewicz of the U.S. Bird Banding Lab might prove helpful to folks
> wanting to find out about color-marked birds from the Lab.
> Copied message follows:
> Just a reminder that bands and color markers should be reported to the Bird
> Banding Laboratory either via the 1-800-323-BAND or our web reporting form
> at www.pwrc.usgs.gov<http://www.pwrc.usgs.gov/> (choose monitoring
> and then Bird Banding Laboratory
> and how to report a band). If you are reporting a color marker such as
> goose collars, give the collar and code colors and the codes plus species,
> location, date, and your name and address for the Certificate of
> Appreciation. Be patient with color marker sightings as these can take
> quite a while to process especially if we have to contact the bander for a
> band number.
> Good birding!
> Kathy Klimkiewicz, Biologist
> USGS Patuxent WRC BBL
> 12100 Beech Forest RD STE 4037
> Laurel MD 20708-4037
> 301-497-5795 work
> Fax 301-497-5717
> [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>
> end message.
> I hope this proves helpful.