On Sunday, while I was ticking my Queens County Greater White-fronted Goose, I put in some Gull study time and was rewarded with a banded Ring-billed Gull. As with every time I find a banded bird, I was thrilled and ensured I was able to read and document the band. Last night, I processed and submitted my find and within hours, Professor Jean-Francoix Giroux had a reply. See the certificate.
If you see a banded Ring-billed Gull (RBGU), please try and get the information and submit your find to goeland.uqam.ca.
Tags: Ring-billed Gull,
L75, ornithology, bird banding, Eastern North America, research management, Queens