May 2003

 


May 3.  2003 Youngkwang

 

영광에서 일본 습지연대회의와 전국습지보전연대회의 와 같이 둘러본 것

 

May 4. 2003. Mokpo city.

천남성, 자란, 매발톱(?), 백두산부추

 

May 11. 2003 Mokpo city.

 

From: AWSG Leg Flag Sightings
c/o Clive Minton,
165 Dalgetty Rd.,
Beaumaris, VIC 3193
Australia

Dear Jeong-sik,

Thank you for recording the details of the flagged wader that was recently sighted. We appreciate your action in reporting this information, which will contribute to our understanding of the migration of birds in the East Asian-Australasian Flyway.

Please check the information given below and advise me if any details appear incorrect.

A Bar-tailed Godwit Limosa lapponica was sighted by Jeong-sik Lee at: Mokpo city in south-west Korea, Republic of Korea (South Korea) 34deg 8min 0sec N, 126deg 3min 0sec E  on 11/05/03 with flag(s) as follows:

     LEFT leg: nothing/unknown on tibia (upper) above nothing/unknown on tarsus
     RIGHT leg: orange flag on tibia (upper) above nothing/unknown on tarsus

This bird was flagged in Victoria (Australia), approximate co-ordinates 38deg 0min S, 145deg 0min E, which uses the flag combination Orange, sometime since January 1990.

The resighting was a distance of approximately 8257 km, with a bearing of 344 degrees, from the marking location.

Plumage described as: Breeding.

Photo included

Corresponder:

David Li (david@wiap.nasionet.net) Wetlands International


Thank you for contributing to the Australasian Wader Studies Group migration research program. More information on the Group's activities and a form you can use to submit sighting reports electronically can be found via http://www.tasweb.com.au/awsg/index.htm.

Please do not hesitate to contact me should you wish to know more about the activities of the Australasian Wader Studies Group.

The Australasian Wader Studies Group has now assumed responsibility for processing all leg flag markings in Australia under agreement with, and with limited financial support from, Environment Australia which is the Environment Portfolio of the Commonwealth Government of Australia.

Yours sincerely,
Clive Minton, Australasian Wader Studies Group

Processed 18/05/2003, our reference: 00005075 (UNK65939).

 

May 12. 2003. Mokpo city.

 

From: AWSG Leg Flag Sightings
c/o Clive Minton,
165 Dalgetty Rd.,
Beaumaris, VIC 3193
Australia

Phone/Fax: 61 3 9589 4901
Email: mintons@ozemail.com.au

Jeong-sik Lee (ecohaenam2002@yahoo.co.kr)


Dear Jeong-sik,

Thank you for recording the details of the flagged wader that was recently sighted. We appreciate your action in reporting this information, which will contribute to our understanding of the migration of birds in the East Asian-Australasian Flyway.

Please check the information given below and advise me if any details appear incorrect.

A Ruddy Turnstone Arenaria interpres was sighted by Jeong-sik Lee at: Mokpo city in south-west Korea, Republic of Korea (South Korea) 34deg 8min 0sec N, 126deg 3min 0sec E  on 11/05/03 with flag(s) as follows:

     LEFT leg: nothing/unknown on tibia (upper) above nothing/unknown on tarsus
     RIGHT leg: white flag on tibia (upper) above nothing/unknown on tarsus

This bird was flagged in the Auckland area, North Island (NZ), approximate co-ordinates 37deg 0min S, 175deg 0min E, which uses the flag combination White, sometime since 22 December 1991.

The resighting was a distance of approximately 9394 km, with a bearing of 321 degrees, from the marking location.

Plumage described as: Breeding.

Photo included

Corresponder:

David Li (david@wiap.nasionet.net) Wetlands International


Thank you for contributing to the Australasian Wader Studies Group migration research program. More information on the Group's activities and a form you can use to submit sighting reports electronically can be found via http://www.tasweb.com.au/awsg/index.htm.

Please do not hesitate to contact me should you wish to know more about the activities of the Australasian Wader Studies Group.

The Australasian Wader Studies Group has now assumed responsibility for processing all leg flag markings in Australia under agreement with, and with limited financial support from, Environment Australia which is the Environment Portfolio of the Commonwealth Government of Australia.

Yours sincerely,
Clive Minton, Australasian Wader Studies Group

Processed 18/05/2003, our reference: 00005076 (UNK90089).
Note: this report has been sent only to you (the observer), and no copy has been sent to the original corresponder.

 

Dear Jeong-sik Lee

Many thanks for sending the sighting of the Ruddy Turnstone with a white
flag you saw on 11.05.03 at Mokpo City. This is the third white flag
sighting from South Korea the others were

05.09.97 1 Dongjin Est Korea Jin-Young Park
10.05.01 1 Mankyung Est Korea T Habraken /K Gosbell

We have only banded 140 Turnstone since 1986 and flagged 109 of them. the
largest catches were 64 birds on 28.10.96 and 26 birds on 17.02.02,
otherwise we usually only catch one or two at a time while trying to catch
Red Knot and Bar-tailed Godwit.

In the message to Clive Minton it says a photo was added. If you have a
photo would it be possible to email me a copy.

Kamsa hamnida again and I hope the migration season has been a good one.

Regards

Adrian Riegen
New Zealand Wader Study Group

 

Japan

 

 

 

May 21. Haenam

세계최초의 조류 발전 시설(울돌묵) 설명회

 

친환경적 농업에 대한토론회(간척지를 친환경적으로 개발하여야 한다는 주제를 가지고 토론)

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