Recovery Common Buzzard (GR38840)

We have received notice of the recovery of GR38840 a Common Buzzard ringed near Glossop Derbyshire on 14th of June 2012, the unfortunate bird was found freshly dead on the 11th of September 2012 near Lytham St Anne’s, Lancashire, after a railway collision.

Distance travelled 75 km, found 89 days after being ringed (approx 105 days old)

Thanks to the finder for reporting the Buzzard.

You can learn more about what to do if you find a ringed bird here

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About Mike Price

A member of Sorby Breck Ringing Group and Peak District Raptor Monitoring Group
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