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has any body seen 1 of these bands in britain shot it tonight we i went to watch the flightlines on yet another field he has give us to shoot . does any body no what SLV means first i have had all the years i have been shooting,the old dog I got given his worth his weight in gold .I have seen dogs running round barking at them not him .

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There's a few round here, had geese wide of me yesterday with 5 collered ones in group.

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Think they were caught up and tagged on Windermere

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Not seen one but its a bit of a shit place to put a band wouldn't want that round me neck .

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Can't remember how you go about it, but the info on then leg ring. Get in touch with them and they will tell you all info they have on bird

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has any body seen 1 of these bands in britain shot it tonight we i went to watch the flightlines on yet another field he has give us to shoot . does any body no what SLV means first i have had all the years i have been shooting,the old dog I got given his worth his weight in gold .I have seen dogs running round barking at them not him .

I shot one a few years ago at Eccup with an orange neck band. It was ringed at Nosterfield near Masham by the Wft I seem to recall. I think they were trying to prove the geese were of Icelandic origin. Think I put a post on here at the time, must be 5/6 years ago now.

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I shot a Pink on the Solway 20 years ago, that had a ring that sits on my keyring to this day. I sent the details to the BTO (london SW7) and they sent me all the details of where the bird was rung, where it had been spotted and sent me a certificate with more details and coordinates of the birds movements. 

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