White ring with a black four alpha-numeric code, starting number '0'.
note 1 :
email sighting submit: firstname.lastname@example.org
Legring : one, coded.
colour-ring colour (of the c-ring):
colour-ring code (of the c-ring):
Four alpha-numeric code (4 letters/numbers).
countries where ringed:
Thank you for your message. Ring read correctly. Unfortunately, I can't be sure
confirm it would be a girl. According to measurements during ringing, it was
boy - but it's not 100%, there are about 10-15% errors for gender determined in this way.
DNA testing has not yet been done. The bird was the youngest of three babies
in a nest near Pabažie (67.15 km from this nest). The bird is ringed
2021 At about 44 days old on July 4, the bird's age today is 734 days
(calendar year 3), it is DEFINITELY a juvenile ("teenager") bird,
which "gets to know the living space".
On the 2nd visit to Kergu's Nest by another black stork I wasn't sure if it was a female. The behavior of both was extremely strange at the end of the visit.So I could be right in assuming it was a male stork. just like here, the stork did not get into the nest. Neither on the first nor on the second visit. This is most unusual.