Bird Ringing

News and updates from the Rutland Water Ringing Group

A summary of bird ringing at Fieldfare Hide in 2016

A summary of bird ringing at Fieldfare Hide in 2016

A permit holder and ringing trainer Chris Hughes undertakes regular mist netting sessions throughout the spring and summer by Fieldfare Hide on the south of lagoon 1. Read his report on 2016 here…

Looking back: a year as a trainee

Looking back: a year as a trainee

Amelia Woolford looks back on her year as a T Permit holder in 2015

2015 Report: A summary of bird ringing at the Green Bank

2015 Report: A summary of bird ringing at the Green Bank

Peter Robinson reports back on bird ringing undertaken at the Green Bank in 2015

2015 Report: Cormorant Colour Ringing

2015 Report: Cormorant Colour Ringing

Garry reports back on the cormorant colour ringing project

2015 Report: A summary of bird ringing at Lyndon

2015 Report: A summary of bird ringing at Lyndon

Garry and Candice report back on ringing undertaken at Lyndon in 2015

Volunteer at Birdfair 2015!

2015 Report: A summary of bird ringing at Fieldfare Hide

Chris Hughes reports on a year of ringing at Fieldfare Hide

A Tufted Duck ringed at Rutland Water was recovered in Siberia nine years after it was ringed

From Russia with Love – Duck Ringing at Rutland Water

Duck ringing at Rutland Water – and numerous other sites around the UK – is enabling us to understand the migratory patterns of many different species. Read on for the full story.

First Little Egret ringed in Rutland in 2011.

What are the chances?

In June 2011 Reserve Manager Tim Appleton and I took a walk into the Burley Fishponds to look for signs that Little Egrets might be breeding in this area – this would be the first ever recorded breeding for the county.

A Sparrowhawk, ringed during the Birdfair in 2001

Bird Ringing

Bird ringing has been part of the reserve’s monitoring programme since the early days of Rutland Water in 1975.