Subsequent recovery of vagrant

Ring-necked Duck Aythya collaris

Booted Warbler Hippolais caligata

Penduline Tit Remiz pendulinus

Rustic Bunting Emberiza rustica

Red-breasted Flycatcher Ficedula parva

Barred Warbler Sylvia nisoria

Breeds across Canada and the northern USA and winters in southern States and Central America

Breeds central Palaearctic, and winters in India; nearest population to Britain breeds in Russia

Resident in middle and southern latitudes of continental Europe; nearest population to Britain breeds in Denmark

Breeds from Sweden across northern Eurasia and winters in Southeast Asia; nearest population to Britain breeds at 60°N in Sweden

Breeds from eastern Europe across Eurasia, and winters in India and Southeast Asia

Breeds from central Europe east to western Siberia and winters in East Africa

An adult male ringed at Slimbridge, Gloucestershire, 1 March 1977, was shot at Isertoq, southeast Greenland, in May of the same year, suggesting that it was heading to the regular breeding range

A juvenile ringed at Spurn, Yorkshire, on 16 September 1993 was recaught at Wetheren, Belgium, on 5 October of the same year, suggesting that it had re-orientated eastwards An adult female ringed at Icklesham, Sussex, in October 1988 was recaught at Kuismaren, Sweden, in May 1989, suggesting that it had re-oriented towards the usual breeding range A female ringed on Fair Isle, present there 12-19 June 1963, was recovered on the Greek Island of Chios four months later, in October of the same year, suggesting that it had re-oriented eastwards An adult male ringed on Shetland on 6 September 1997 was trapped again in Norway 13 days later, suggesting that it had re-oriented eastwards

A bird ringed in September 1978 on Fair Isle was recovered in February 1979 in Yugoslavia indicating that it had re-orientated eastward. Similarly, another ringed in Sweden on 26 August 1976 was recovered in Syria on 16 September 1976

From Wernham et al. (2002).

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