Re: David Geering and Longevity or "Shortevity" Banded birds

Subject: Re: David Geering and Longevity or "Shortevity" Banded birds
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2002 20:50:11 -0700 (PDT)
So David are you saying that banding and bleeding
birds has NO detrimental affect what so ever on the
banded or bled birds? If you go back in time to when
birds were first banded then why is it still done?

And as for bleeding birds then I am at a loss to
figure out why this madness of an activity still takes

I know that there is a huge uproar going on overseas
at this moment about the lack of data being given out
from the banding trials?

John A. Gamblin (Keeping my cool)

I am a very patient person but what a load of @&

Sorry Russell, but Marilyn - get a life!

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