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  1. RichieTwitchy

    Ringed birds

    Sorry to highlight sections of your reply, but I couldn't agree more :t:
  2. RichieTwitchy

    Ringed birds

    Good reply, Mick. I wonder if there's a possibility of a microchip implant for birds - as with pets and other animals - that could replace the ring/band? Technology is progressing at such a rate that surely micro-chipping birds would be a better solution (if there is such a solution available)...
  3. RichieTwitchy

    Ringed birds

    Hi all Didn't know where to put this, but I have a question to bird photographers - does a ringed bird spoil a good photograph? I understand that a LOT of birds are ringed and need to be ringed, but look at the photos I've uploaded of ospreys (not mine, but easily found on google), and I think...