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Old Friday 16th March 2018, 14:34   #151
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Originally Posted by jenks86 View Post
Gentlemen where are you reading that?

Its was C/R as part of the top project according to CR-Birding. Very small possiblity that it could have originally been rinded in the Dean. But last time i spoke to the ringer in charge of the Dean Hawfinch C/R about this bird he hadnt heard that it was.
If you google Hawfinch with yellow rings, you should find several schemes, the New Forest Roost scheme seems very interesting.

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The yellow ringed hawfinch may be from the new forest,any photos would be appreciated as I know the ringer responsible.


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