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Unregistered Birds of Prey and 'Owner Complacency'

Posted Aug 26, 2014 | Hits: 2978 | Stock No: #0089


Species:   Birds of Prey
Bird Sex:   Both Male and Female

Every week we get someone that phones or emails us and informs us that they have found a bird of prey and that it has one of our rings on it. We do a quick search to see if the bird is registered on our ID Rings data-base and in 25% of cases we have to say to the person, sorry but the bird is not registered.

For example, again today, a Lanner Falcon lost in Yorkshire, ring number (151? www.id-rings.eu), but the owner has never registered it. He has lost his bird and does not know that someone has found it distressed etc. Not having the bird / RING registered means that we are not in a position to phone the owner and tell them where their bird is, incredible but fact!, and this happens every week!

Team UK Falcons / ID Rings Europe

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Full Name: Nicholas
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