More ringing

These are some photographs from my recent ringing at Chew Valley Ringing Station. I love ringing and I’m grateful to everyone at the ringing station who helps and supports me. Mike Bailey is my trainer there and he is brilliant, dedicating his retirement to the ringing station.

Special thanks also to Pete Burston, for all his patience as a trainer.

Ringing a Goldcrest on 27 Sept 2015
Photograph taken by and copyright Chris Craig

East Harptree School Environmental Club at the ringing station on 8 Oct 2015
I have taken them out birding before but missed them because of school
photograph taken by and copyright Helena Craig

Two scarce Lesser Redpoll at the Ringing Station on 8 Oct 15
New ringing birds for Chris Craig and Pete Burston
Photograph taken by and copyright Helena Craig

Ringing a Great Tit on 8 Oct 2015 after East Harptree School had gone home
Photograph taken by and copyright Helena Craig

Ringing with Pete Burston on 8 Oct 2015 after East Harptree School had gone home
Photograph taken by and copyright Helena Craig

Ringing a Teal at Chew Valley Ringing Station 10 Oct 2015
Photograph taken by Chris Craig

Ringing a Teal at Chew Valley Ringing Station Oct 2012
Photograph taken by Chris Craig

Ringing a Teal on 10 Oct 2015
Photograph taken by Chris Craig

Ringing a Nuthatch on 11 Oct 2015
Photograph taken by Chris Craig

Ringing Redpoll sp ringed on 25 Oct 2015
Photograph taken by and copyright Chris Craig

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Hi, I’m Dr. Mya-Rose Craig. I am a 19-year-old prominent British-Bangladeshi ornithologist, environmentalist, diversity activist as well as an author, speaker and broadcaster. At age 11 I started the popular blog Birdgirl, and at age 17 I became the youngest person to see half of the birds in the world.

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