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Cally
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30/05/2018 11:57 pm  

Hi guys,

I’m hoping you can help. I found a dead pigeon that looks like its been hit by a car in my estate but im struggling to report it on the royal racing pigeon website? It’s saying invalid ring details

I’ve got the ring details, I only took photos of the ring though so I’m wondering if I’ve left an important detail ou somehow...these are the details:

NEHU 2017 GF 3801

I’d just like to inform the owner, I’d want to know if it was me.

Thanks in advance for your help!


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Potter29
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31/05/2018 12:05 am  

Nehu rings cant be reported on that site your trying , you need this one thanks,

http://www.nehu.co.uk/reportstraynehu.asp


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stevekulpa
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31/05/2018 12:07 am  

The bird is not registered with the RPRA its a NORTH OF ENGLAND HOMING UNION If you go to there website the details for reporting a stray or lost/deceased bird are there.
Steve


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Trevor Hodges
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31/05/2018 12:39 am  

Thanks for taking the time to try find and the owner of that sadly deceased pigeon Cally, I too would want to know if it were mine.
Another place you could try is this one :-
http://www.nehu.co.uk/lostbird.aspx
Hope you are successful in you're quest, thanks again and best wishes.


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Cally
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31/05/2018 1:19 am  

Thanks so much for your help, I’ve sent off their form. I wish it had been better news for the owner but at least they’ll be contacted now.


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Trevor Hodges
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31/05/2018 11:51 pm  

Thanks so much for your help, I’ve sent off their form. I wish it had been better news for the owner but at least they’ll be contacted now.

We all like to know where our missing birds get too dead or alive so thanks again for taking the time and trouble to find out who this one belongs too.
All the very best.


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