Good Evening everyone,Hi Amy2008
It'd good that you noticed the different placement of the band, but it doesn't follow that it means that was not Madis. The most obvious explanation is that perhaps the photo got reversed so it looks like the tag is on the other leg. From some of the other photos on the Migration Map page, it looks like Urmas and some of his colleagues usually use non-digital cameras, so it is easy to mistakenly reverse the negative while printing.
I believe that is Madis, flying around the nest while Urmas was at the nest ringing the chicks. Piret was also flying around watching them the whole time. Urmas also reported that Madis was carrying a fish during that time. Why would another adult osprey be flying so close to that nest with a fish, especially when there were humans there? Surely Piret would have chased a strange osprey away. Since they were the only two adult ospreys anywhere hear the nest site and watching what was happening in the nest, I tend to believe that Urmas is correct in identifying the bird as Madis since Urmas was there and observed them all the whole time.
I have received Urmas's formal reply for my doubt about Madis's photo on the Bird Migration Map. He said that the photo made horisontal flip because of the shooting angle, hence the ring was actually on the Osprey's right leg and he is still Madis. Urams also attached the original photo to me for clarify.
Thanks Wisteria, Homedi, maroni, reply as well.