Sparrowhawk Recoveries – DD47654 (male) and EL61961 (female).

The 4th and 5th of last weeks ringing recoveries were Sparrowhawks.

Once again PDRMG would like to thank the finders for reporting these birds, more details of what to do if you find a ringed bird or a dead bird of prey can be found here

DD47654 Male Sparrowhawk, 1 of a brood of 5 ringed at Newmillerdam, WakefieldWest Yorkshire July 2005 – Found dead September 2014, at RenishawDerbyshire Duration: 3348 days Distance: 41 km.

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A brood of 5 Sparrowhawk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EL61961 Female, Sparrowhawk, 1 of a brood of 5 ringed at Silkstone Beck, South Yorkshire July 2014 – Found dying in Thurlstone 11/11/2014 Duration: 122 days Distance: 7 km.

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About Mike Price

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