When you do receive files out of our database those files are always 'ascii' in 'fixed-format'.
In that file(s) are ringing details and recovery details present.
The data is coded EURING code. See also the EURING code manual (pdf).

RINGING details

sch ringcentrale
ringnr ringnumber
rspec species during ringing
rf not used
ch factors affecting recovery changes
rx sex
ra age
rs status
rb biometrics (yes/no)
p plumage
rdate ringing date
ry accuracy of ringing date
rar place code (country and province)
rca coordinate *
rcb coordinate *
rq quadrant *
rid ringers identity

* Coördinates are in 'Amersfoort' (only in the Netherlands) or 'Greenwich'.
* Quadrant: north of the equator: H: >100 dg. West; W: <100 dg. West; E: <100 dg. East; C: >100 dg. East. South of the equator: P: >100 dg. West; U: <100 dg. West; S: <100 dg. East; A: >100 dg. East.

 

RECOVERY details

sch ringcentrale
ringnr ringnumber
fspec species during finding
ve verification of species-identity
fx sex
fa age
fdate finding date
fy accuracy of finding date
far place code (country and province)
fca coordinate *
fcb coordinate *
fq quadrant *
c condition
ci circumstances
tr transported
pr previous record
fs status
fb biometrics (yes/no)
dist distance
dir direction
e elapsed time
fid finder identity
ref our reference date

* Coördinates are in 'Amersfoort' (only in the Netherlands) or 'Greenwich'.
* Quadrant: north of the equator: H: >100 dg. West; W: <100 dg. West; E: <100 dg. East; C: >100 dg. East. South of the equator: P: >100 dg. West; U: <100 dg. West; S: <100 dg. East; A: >100 dg. East.