Report lost pigeon



* At least one contact field is required

You should find 3 or 4 pieces of data on pigeon's ring (depending on country). Every pigeon has unique combination of ring data.

  1. Country code: usually 2 or more characters describing country of origin. Examples: SK, CZ, HUNG, AUSTRIA, NL, BELG...
  2. Year: 2 or 4 digits describing year of pigeon's hatching. Examples: 02, 10, 14 or 2002, 2010, 2014...
  3. Organisation (optional): used only by some federations (Slovak, Czech, Hungarian, German...). Code of organisation usually starts by zero. Please do not mix it with ring number. Examples: 0107, 0400, 03779... Sometimes it can be special string like DERBY, OLIMPIA, VR98, M-55, PZHGP
  4. Ring number: numeric value, unique for ring series. Examples: 12, 397, 12556...

Please always use this specific order while reporting a lost pigeon. You can separate the data by white space, dash, comma, colon or semicolon...

Examples:

  • SK 12 02302 841
  • CZ 08 0245 652
  • DV 12 03548 3214
  • BELG 11 1254788
  • PL 11 PZHGP 45878
  • PL 14 0235 6874
  • HU 11 D 45878
  • HU 14 06 6548

International reporting tools for lost pigeons

List of reported pigeons

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Band number Pigeon condition Date Reported by Fancier Organisation Detail
DV-2008-03971-740 Exhausted 04.08.2020 Braun Not available Not available
DV-2018-04176-561 Able to fly 02.08.2020 ChalakIbrahim Not available Not available
DV-2020-01007-347 Exhausted 07.07.2020 johan Not available Not available
SK-2019-0610-969 Able to fly 06.07.2020 Iris Albold Not available Not available
DV-2009-02690-693 Able to fly 18.06.2020 Sylwester Not available Not available
DV-2014-0182-1182 Able to fly 08.06.2020 issam lakbir Not available Not available
NL-2017-1643503 Able to fly 23.01.2018 Michael Göttel Not available Not available