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Great Northern Loon

 Great Northern Loon Gavia immer

Common winter visitor.
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Any coastal site can hold small numbers of 10 or less but highest concentrations are in Galway Bay.
The largest counts from this site were 95 on 22nd January 1998. 250 in April 2000 is one of the largest counts ever.

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Bird Species In Clare

To view the status of any listed species below for Clare, then please click on the bird species which you would like information on and a map with details of sightings will pop up.
 1.    RED-THROATED DIVER
 2.    BLACK-THROATED DIVER
 3.    GREAT NORTHERN DIVER
 4.    PIED-BILLED GREBE
 5.    LITTLE GREBE
 6.    GREAT CRESTED GREBE
 7.    RED-NECKED GREBE
 8.    SLAVONIAN GREBE
 9.    BLACK-NECKED GREBE
10.   FEA’S/SOFT-PLUMAGED PETREL
11.   FULMAR
12.   CORY’S SHAERWATER
13.   GREAT SHEARWATER
14.   SOOTY SHEARWATER
15.   MANX SHEARWATER
16.   BALEARIC SHEARWATER
17    LITTLE SHEARWATER
18    WILSON’S STORM PETREL
19    EUROPEAN STORM PETREL
20 .  LEACH’S STORM PETREL
21.   GANNET
22.   CORMORANT
23.   SHAG
24.   EURASIAN BITTERN
25.   LITTLE EGRET
26.   GREAT WHITE EGRET
27.   GREY HERON
28.   PURPLE HERON
29.   GLOSSY IBIS
30.   EURASIAN SPOONBILL
31.   MUTE SWAN
32.   WHOOPER SWAN 
33.   BEWICK’S SWAN
34.   BEAN GOOSE
35.   PINK-FOOTED GOOSE
36.   WHITE-FRONTED GOOSE
37.   GREYLAG GOOSE
38.   SNOW GOOSE
39.   CANADA GOOSE
40.   BARNACLE GOOSE
41.   BRENT GOOSE
42.   RUDDY SHELDUCK
43.   SHELDUCK
44.   WIGEON
45.   AMERICAN WIGEON
46.   GADWALL
47.   EURASIAN TEAL/GREEN-WINGED TEAL
48.   BLUE-WINGED TEAL
49.   MALLARD
50.   PINTAIL
51.   GARGANEY
52.   SHOVELER
53.   POCHARD
54.   RING-NECKED DUCK 
55.   TUFTED DUCK
56.   SCAUP
57.   EIDER
58.   LONG-TAILED DUCK
59.   COMMON SCOTER
60.   SURF SCOTER 
61.   VELVET SCOTER
62.   GOLDENEYE
63.   SMEW
64.   RED-BREASTED MERGANSER
65.   GOOSANDER
66.   RUDDY DUCK
67.   WHITE-TAILED EAGLE
68.   MARSH HARRIER
69.   HEN HARRIER
70.   GOSHAWK
71.   SPARROWHAWK
72.   BUZZARD
73.   GOLDEN EAGLE
74.   OSPREY 
75.   KESTREL
76.   MERLIN
77.   HOBBY
78.   GYR FALCON
79.   PEREGRINE
80.   RED GROUSE
81.   GREY PARTRIDGE
82.   RED-LEGGED PARTRIDGE
83.   QUAIL
84.   PHEASANT
85.   WATER RAIL
86.   SPOTTED CRAKE
87.   CORNCRAKE
88.   MOORHEN
89.   COOT
90.   COMMON CRANE
91.   LITTLE BUSTARD
92.   OYSTERCATCHER
93.   BLACK-WINGED STILT
94.   AVOCET
95.   STONE CURLEW
96.   COLLARED PRATINCOLE
97.   RINGED PLOVER
98.   DOTTEREL
99.   AMERICAN GOLDEN PLOVER
100. GOLDEN PLOVER
101. GREY PLOVER
102. LAPWING
103. KNOT
104. SANDERLING
105. SEMI-PALMATED SANDPIPER
106. LITTLE STINT
107. WHITE-RUMPED SANDPIPER
108. BAIRD’S SANDPIPER
109. PECTORAL SANDPIPER
110. CURLEW SANDPIPER
111. PURPLE SANDPIPER
112. DUNLIN
113. BROAD-BILLED SANDPIPER
114. BUFF-BREASTED SANDPIPER
115. RUFF
116. JACK SNIPE
117. SNIPE
118. LONG-BILLED DOWITCHER
119. WOODCOCK
120. BLACK-TAILED GODWIT
121. BAR-TAILED GODWIT
122. WHIMBREL
123. CURLEW
124. UPLAND SANDPIPER
125. SPOTTED REDSHANK
126. REDSHANK
127. GREENSHANK
128. LESSER YELLOWLEGS
129. GREATER YELLOWLEGS
130. GREEN SANDPIPER
131. WOOD SANDPIPER
132. COMMON SANDPIPER
133. TURNSTONE
134. WILSON’S PHALAROPE 
135. RED-NECKED PHALAROPE             
136. GREY PHALAROPE
137. POMARINE SKUA
138. ARCTIC SKUA         
139. LONG-TAILED SKUA
140. GREAT SKUA          
141. MEDITERRANEAN GULL
142. LAUGHING GULL
143. LITTLE GULL
144. SABINE’S GULL
145. BONAPARTE’S GULL
146. BLACK-HEADED GULL      
147. RING-BILLED GULL
148. COMMON GULL
149. LESSER BLACK-BACKED GULL
150. HERRING GULL
151. YELLOW-LEGGED HERRING GULL
152. ICELAND GULL
153. GLAUCOUS GULL
154. GREAT BLACK-BACKED GULL
155. ROSS’S GULL
156. KITTIWAKE
157. GULL-BILLED TERN
158. SOOTY TERN
159. SANDWICH TERN
160. ROSEATE TERN
161. COMMON TERN
162. ARCTIC TERN
163. FORSTER’S TERN
164. LITTLE TERN
165. BLACK TERN
166. WHITE-WINGED BLACK TERN
167. GUILLEMOT
168. RAZORBILL
169. BLACK GUILLEMOT
170. LITTLE AUK
171. PUFFIN
172. PALLAS’S SANDGROUSE
173. ROCK DOVE
174. STOCK DOVE
175. WOODPIGEON
176. COLLARED DOVE
177. TURTLE DOVE
178. CUCKOO
179. BARN OWL
180. SNOWY OWL
181. LONG-EARED OWL
182. SHORT EARED OWL
183. NIGHTJAR
184. SWIFT
185. KINGFISHER
186. BELTED KINGFISHER
187. BEE-EATER
188. ROLLER
189. HOOPOE
190. WRYNECK
191. GREAT SPOTTED WOODPECKER 
192. SHORT-TOED LARK
193. SKYLARK
194. SAND MARTIN
195. SWALLOW
196. RED-RUMPED SWALLOW
197. HOUSE MARTIN
198. RICHARD’S PIPIT
199. BLYTH’S PIPIT )
200. TREE PIPIT               
201. MEADOW PIPIT
202. ROCK PIPIT
203. WATER PIPIT
204. YELLOW WAGTAIL
205. GREY WAGTAIL
206. PIED/WHITE WAGTAIL     
207. WAXWING
208. DIPPER      
209. WREN
210. DUNNOCK
211. ROBIN
212. BLUETHROAT
213. BLACK REDSTART
214. REDSTART
215. WHINCHAT
216. STONECHAT
217. WHEATEAR
218. PIED WHEATEAR
219. ROCK THRUSH
220. SIBERIAN THRUSH
221. GREY-CHECKED THRUSH
222. RING OUZEL
223. BLACKBIRD
224. FIELDFARE
225. SONG THRUSH
226. REDWING
227. MISTLE THRUSH
228. GRASSHOPPER WARBLER
229. SAVI’S WARBLER
230. SEDGE WARBLER
231. REED WARBLER
232. ICTERINE WARBLER 
233. MELODIOUS WARBLER
234. BARRED WARBLER
235. LESSER WHITETHROAT
236. WHITETHROAT
237. GARDEN WARBLER
238. BLACKCAP
239. ARCTIC WARBLER
240. PALLAS’S WARBLER
241. YELLOW-BROWED WARBLER
242. WOOD WARBLER
243. CHIFFCHAFF
244. WILLOW WARBLER
245. GOLDCREST
246. FIRECREST
247. SPOTTED FLYCATCHER
248. RED-BREASTED FLYCATCHER
249. PIED FLYCATCHER
250. LONG-TAILED TIT
251. COAL TIT
252. BLUE TIT
253. GREAT TIT
254. TREECREEPER
255. GOLDEN ORIOLE 
256. GREAT GREY SHRIKE
257. JAY
258. MAGPIE
259. CHOUGH
260. JACKDAW
261. ROOK
262. HOODED
263. CARRION CROW
264. RAVEN
265. STARLING
266. ROSE-COLOURED STARLING
267. HOUSE SPARROW
268. TREE SPARROW
269. RED-EYED VIREO
270. CHAFFINCH
271. BRAMBLING
272. GREENFINCH
273. GOLDFINCH
274. SISKIN
275. LINNET
276. TWITE
277. REDPOLL
278. LESSER REDPOLL
279. MEALY REDPOLL 
280. CROSSBILL
281. SCARLET ROSEFINCH
282. BULLFINCH
283. HAWFINCH
284. COMMON YELLOWTHROAT
285. YELLOW WARBLER
286. YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLER
287. DARK-EYED JUNCO
288. LAPLAND BUNTING
289. SNOW BUNTING
290. YELLOWHAMMER
291. ORTOLAN BUNTING
292. RUSTIC BUNTING
293. LITTLE BUNTING
294. REED BUNTING
295. BLACK-HEADED BUNTING
296. CORN BUNTING

297. RED KITE
298. SWINHOE’S PETREL
299. WANDERING/BLACK-BROWED ALBATROSS
300. ALPINE SWIFT
301. ROLLER
302. CITRINE WAGTAIL
303. SPOTTED SANDPIPER
304. ROUGH-LEGGED BUZZARD/HAWK
305. LITTLE RINGED PLOVER
306. CANADA WARBLER
307. BUFFLEHEAD
308. BLACK KITE
309. BUFF-BELLIED PIPIT
310. CATTLE EGRET

311. PHILADELPHIA VIREO
312. ROSE-BREASTED GROSSBEAK
313. PACIFIC DIVER

Birds believed to be of possible captive origins or escapees.
314. YELLOW-THROATED BUNTING
315. BLACK SWAN
316. GREATER FLAMINGO
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Upcoming Outings



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Saturday  15th January 2011
Outing to Liscannor Bay and Clahane to see divers, shorebirds and pipits. Meet at Liscannor Pier at 11a.m.
Leaders: Dave McNamara and Stan Nugent
CHILDREN UNDER 14 MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT ON ALL OUTINGS
WEAR WARM CLOTHING AND SUITABLE FOOTWEAR.
NO DOGS ALLOWED.
Saturday 19th February 2011
Outing to Nimmo’s Pier, Galway for white winged gulls and shorebirds. Meet at the Slipway Nimmo’s Pier at 11a.m.
Leaders: John N Murphy and Finbarr MacGabhann
Saturday 19th March 2011
Outing to Ballyvaughan Bay in search of divers, sea duck and early returning migrants. Meet at the Pier in Ballyvaughan at 11a.m.
Leaders: Austin Cooney and Brian Finnegan
Saturday 16th April 2011
Outing to Fanore where we will look for summer breeding birds in the sand dunes and walk up the Caher Valley for wild flowers and other birds. Meet at the car-park at Fanore sand dunes at 11a.m.
Leaders: John N Murphy and Tom Lynch
Sunday 15th May 2011
Outing to the Mulloughmore area of the Burren on National Dawn Chorus Day. This is an opportunity to listen and see Whitethroat, Yellowhammer, Blackcap and other birds of the Burren. It will be a very leisurely stroll lasting for 3 hours or more if the weather is good. Meet at the Gotto Corofin at 5a.m. (No dogs allowed) Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Leaders: Austin Cooney  Finbarr MacGabhann Tom and Nuala Lynch.
Saturday 11th June 2011
Boat trip under the Cliffs of Moher to see breeding Puffins and other seabirds. Meet at Doolin Pier. Check on this site for more exact details closer to the date. (Times and tides)
Book the week in advance by contacting John N Murphy Tom Lynch or Austin Cooney. It is necessary to do this as places are limited on this very pleasant sea outing.
Saturday 2nd July 2011
Outing to Corronroo on the Clare/Galway border to visit the Sandwich Tern and Black-headed Gull colony. Meet at the Merriman Hotel in Kinvarra at 11a.m.
Leaders: John N Murphy and Tom Lynch
Saturday 21st August
Outing to the Bridges of Ross to watch seabird migration. This one of the hot- spots for birding on these islands at this time of year.  A very different birdwatching experience. Meet at the car-park at the Bridges of Ross at 10a.m. B+B and food is available at the Lighthouse Inn Kilbaha at reasonable rates.
Leaders: John N Murphy and Finbarr MacGabhann.
Saturday 10th September 2011
Outing to the Shannon Airport Lagoon to see waders and ducks. Meet at the Shannon Golf Club car-park at 10a.m.
Leaders: John Rattigan and Stan Nugent.
Saturday 1st October 2011
Outing to Loop Head to look for lost American vagrants. Meet at the Lighthouse Inn Kilbaha at 11a.m.
Leaders: John N Murphy and Brian Finnegan.
Saturday 19th November 2011
Outing to Lurga Point, Seafield, Quilty to search for wading birds and gulls. Meet at the Pier at Seafield at 11a.m.
Leaders: John N Murphy and Tom Lynch
Saturday 3rd December 2011
Outing to Ballyallia Lake, Ennis to see wildfowl and ducks. Meet at the Display Board opposite the shop at 11a.m.
Leaders: Nuala and Tom Lynch.
Warm clothing, binoculars, flask and sandwiches add greatly to the enjoyment of all the above outings.
Children must be accompanied by an adult. 
Dogs are not allowed.
For  other 2011 outings check our calendar or www.birdwatchireland.ie or seasonal issue of Wings.

Copies of our publication The Shannon Airport Lagoon-A Unique Irish Habitat
are available from Tom Lynch, 16 Oak Park, Ennis, Co. Clare. Price: €10

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Clare Bird Watching Sites

Bird Sites
The following is a list of the best birding sites that Clare has to offer. We will be adding detailed information on these sites over time.
Auginish Island
Aughinish Island is found on the north Clare coast in Galway Bay.  It is connected to the mainland by a causeway and has a Martello Tower on the north east end of the island.  You can drive onto Aughinish from the main road (N67) which runs between Kinvarra and Ballyvaughan.
It is best in winter for Divers, Grebes, Brent Geese, Long-tailed Duck and a variety of other seabirds and diving duck.
Scarce and rare birds here have included Ross’s Gull, Snow Bunting, Slavonian and Red-necked Grebe, Black Redstart and Forster’s Tern.

Ballyallia
Ballyvaughan
Black Head
Bridges of Ross
Ballyeither Loughs
Ballycar Lake
Bell harbour
Burren
Carron Polje
Carrigaholt
Clenagh
Clonderlaw Bay
Clohaun Lough
Cliffs of Moher
Corofin Lakes
Cullaunaheeda
Cratloe Woods
Dromore Woods & Lough
Dromoland Castle
Doon Lake
Doo Lough
Ennistymon Falls & Marsh
Ennis
Fergus Estuary & River
Fanore
Farrihy Lake
Fenloe Lake
Flaggyshore
Hags Head
Islandavanna
Illaunonearaun
Ing
Kilkee
Kilbaha
Kilrush Woods and Marina
Killaloe
Kilcredaun Marsh
Lahinch
Lisdoonvarna
Liscannor Bay
Lurga Point
Lough Graney
Lough Inchiquin
Lough Atedaun
Lough Bunny
Lough O Grady
Lough Inchironan
Lough Derg
Lough Donnell
Lough Murree
Lough George
Lough Gash
Loop Head
Maghera Mountain
Mutton Island
Mattle Island
Muckanagh Lake
Poulnasherry Bay
Querrin
Rinneville Bay
Rine
Rosroe Lake
Scarriff Bay
Shannon Airport lagoon
Shannon Estuary & River
Shannon Town
Tullagher Bog

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Scarce & Rare Bird Sightings in Clare                                         

This section deals with scarce and rare birds seen in Clare on a daily basis.  If you wish to report any sightings of birds from your locality then please send us an email to lets us know what you have seen and we will add it to our updates every day. Alternatively you can call in your sightings or text us the details  to John Murphy @ 086-3208965 or Tom Lynch @ 087-2390738 or by email tnaclynch@gmail.com  All photos of scarce or rare birds can be forwarded to jemurphy@esatclear.ie  All photos on this web site are the copyright of photographers and must not be used elsewhere without their prior permission.                                                                             
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 Hoopoe © JNM          
Scarce & Rare Bird Sightings for Limerick
This section highlights birds found in Limerick.  All sightings for inclusion in this section should be sent to the following; Tom Tarpey, County Limerick Recorder ttarpey2@gmail.com Tel. 087-2769000 or Jeff Hunt of the Limerick Branch of Birdwatch Ireland  geoffreyhunt@eircom.net Telephone 087-7656439 All pictures for inclusion in this section Should be sent to Tom Tarpey or John Murphy details above. 
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  Garganey © JNM
Colour Ringed Birds in Clare
Every Year there are  many sightings of colour ringed (banded) birds in Clare. This section deals with the sightings of all colour ringed birds seen in the county. There is a breakdown of the species and full details of the movements of birds like Whooper Swans, Brent Geese, Black-tailed Godwits, Sanderling, Lapwing, Common Gull, Black-headed Gull and Mediterranean Gulls in and out of the country.                                                                                                                                                                                    
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 Darvic band on Whooper Swan © JNM
Best Bird Sites in Clare
Clare has a huge variety of habitats suitable for birds.  It is one of the few counties in Ireland that has nearly all the habitats with the Burren being a unique and special landscape feature in Clare. This section outlines the best sites that our county has to offer, from the Loop Head penninsula in the south West to the east Clare lakes and mighty Shannon.  We hope you enjoy your visit to Clare   

 
 Sunset over Dromore © JNM
New Clare Branch Calendar 2011      
The Clare Branch have just launched a new bird Calendar for 2011. To see how you can get hold of one of these colourful Calendars, then just click on the headed title above.                                                                                                                                                             

 2011 Calendar © JNM

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About Us

Clare Branch of Birdwatch Ireland

The Clare Branch of Birdwatch Ireland was founded by Philip Brennan and John Murphy in 1990.
Both were active birdwatchers and ringers and with the help of an interested committee ensured that the branch became one of the most prominent in the Birdwatch Ireland network in a short period of time.

Down through the years many birdwatchers and the general public have benefited from the branch’s activities.
Outings are held on a monthly basis and are open to everybody young and old.
Most outings are to birding sites within the county but now and then trips are arranged for birding hot spots in other parts of the country.
In 1994 a book titled ‘Birds of Clare and Limerick 1982-1991’was published in association with the Limerick branch.
More recently in 2003 ‘The Shannon Airport Lagoon-A unique Irish Habitat’ was issued with the support of our organisation.
Members have contributed to radio programmes on Clare FM and RTE and a few have featured on TV programmes from time to time.
The objectives of our branch are preservation, conservation and education for the betterment of bird life in Clare and beyond.

An fhaid a bheidh naosc ar mhóin is gob uirthi.

The officers of the branch at present are:
Chairperson: Austin Cooney
Vice-Chairperson: Stan Nugent
Secretary: Tom Lynch
Treasurer: John Murphy
PRO: John Rattigan.

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About US

Clare Branch of Birdwatch Ireland

The Clare Branch of Birdwatch Ireland was founded by Philip Brennan and John Murphy in 1990.
Both were active birdwatchers and ringers and with the help of an interested committee ensured that the branch became one of the most prominent in the Birdwatch Ireland network in a short period of time.

Down through the years many birdwatchers and the general public have benefited from the branch’s activities.
Outings are held on a monthly basis and are open to everybody young and old.
Most outings are to birding sites within the county but now and then trips are arranged for birding hot spots in other parts of the country.
In 1994 a book titled ‘Birds of Clare and Limerick 1982-1991’was published in association with the Limerick branch.
More recently in 2003 ‘The Shannon Airport Lagoon-A unique Irish Habitat’ was issued with the support of our organisation.
Members have contributed to radio programmes on Clare FM and RTE and a few have featured on TV programmes from time to time.
The objectives of our branch are preservation, conservation and education for the betterment of bird life in Clare and beyond.

An fhaid a bheidh naosc ar mhóin is gob uirthi.

The officers of the branch at present are:
Chairperson: Austin Cooney
Vice-Chairperson: Stan Nugent
Secretary: Tom Lynch
Treasurer: John Murphy
PRO: John Rattigan.

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Bird Ringing In Clare

Ringing Totals for Clare 1974 to 1997

Garden Warbler (c) John N Murphy

Species Pulli Adult  Total  Pulli  Adult  Total  Grand Totals 
Little Grebe   3  3       3
Fulmar   2  2   1 1 3
Storm Petrel   1563  1563   74 74 1637
Leach’s Petrel   1  1       1
Cormorant   1  1       1
Shag   1  1       1
Grey Heron   1  1       1
Mute Swan   7  7   4 4 11
Wigeon   15  15       15
Teal   25  25       25
Mallard   41  41       41
Pochard   1  1       1
*Hen Harrier   26  26       26
Sparrowhawk   17 21       21
Kestrel   7 10       10
Merlin   1 1       1
Water Rail   77 77       77
Moorhen   30 30       30
Coot   2  2       2
Oystercatcher   22  22       22
Ringed Plover 8 22 30       30
Golden Plover   9 9       9
Grey Plover   1 1       1
Lapwing 1 49 50       50
Knot   55 55       55
Sanderling   2 2       2
Little Stint   1 1       1
Curlew Sandpiper   11 11       11
Purple Sandpiper   7 7       7
Dunlin   4289 4289       4289
Ruff   3 3       3
*Snipe 14 62 76       76
Woodcock   183 183       183
Black-tailed Godwit   19 19       19
*Whimbrel   225 225       225
*Curlew   747 747       747
*Redshank   641 641       641
Spotted Redshank   2 2       2
*Greenshank   4 4       4
*Green Sandpiper   6 6       6
*Wood Sandpiper   2 2       2
*Common Sandpiper   25 25       25
Turnstone   45 45       45
Laughing Gull   1 1       1
*Blk-headed Gull 2122 23 2145       2145
Common Gull 2   2       2
Lesser Blk-Bk Gull   2 2       2
Great Blk-bk Gull   6 6       6
*Sandwich Tern 37   37       37
*Common Tern 222   222       222
Woodpigeon 2 14 16       16
Collared Dove   14 14       14
Cuckoo   3 3       3
Long-eared Owl     0   1 1 1
*Short-eared Owl 3   3       3
Swift   22 22       22
Kingfisher   10 10       10
Skylark   65 65       65
Sand Martin   2231 2231       2231
Swallow 444 2496 2940 2 3 5 2945
House Martin   114 114       114
Tree Pipit   1 1       1
Meadow Pipit 12 390 402       402
Rock Pipit   138 138       138
Grey Wagtail 8 39 47       47
Pied Wagtail 3 229 232       232
Dipper 24 27 51       51
Wren   420 420   5 5 425
Dunnock   336 336   2 2 338
Robin 25 1018 1043   2 2 1045
Bluethroat   1 1       1
Black Redstart   9 9       9
Redstart   5 5       5
Whinchat   2 2       2
Stonechat 30 254 284       284
Wheatear   15 15       15
Gray-cheeked Thrush   1 1       1
Blackbird 36 1116 1152   6 6 1158
Fieldfare   84 84       84
Song Thrush 20 418 438   9 9 447
Redwing   312 312   11 11 323
Mistle Thrush 18 31 49       49
Grasshopper Warbler   106 106       106
Savi’s Warbler   1 1       1
Sedge Warbler 3 8074 8077   15 15 8092
Icterine Warbler     0   1 1 1
Reed Warbler   8 8       8
Barred Warbler   1 1       1
Lesser Whitethroat   3 3       3
Whitethroat   58 58   2 2 60
Garden Warbler   31 31       31
Blackcap   233 233   2 2 235
Yellow-browed Warbler   10 10       10
Wood Warbler   2 2       2
Chiffchaff   405 405   1 1 406
Willow Warbler 14 1778 1792   12 12 1804
Goldcrest   741 741   8 8 749
Firecrest   2 2       2
Spotted Flycatcher 36 16 52       52
Red-breasted Flycatcher   3 3       3
Pied Flycatcher   8 8       8
Long-tailed Tit   339 339   7 7 346
Coal Tit   485 485   11 11 496
Blue Tit 44 1535 1579   10 10 1589
Great Tit 10 732 742 5 9 14 756
Treecreeper 6 115 121       121
Jay   2 2       2
Magpie 6 47 53       53
Jackdaw 20 56 76       76
Rook   54 54       54
Hooded Crow 4 40 44       44
Raven   1 1       1
Starling   499 499   7 7 506
House Sparrow   341 341       341
Tree Sparrow   24 24       24
Red-eyed Vireo   2 2       2
Chaffinch 4 3193 3197   63 63 3260
Brambling   13 13       13
Greenfinch 5 2846 2851   25 25 2876
Goldfinch   41 41       41
Siskin   87 87       87
Linnet 9 211 220       220
Redpoll   470 470       470
*Crossbill   2 2       2
Bullfinch   300 300       300
*Hawfinch   2 2       2
Yellow-rumped Warbler   1 1       1
Yellow Warbler   1 1       1
*Yellowhammer   217 217   4 4 221
Rustic Bunting   1 1       1
Little Bunting   1 1       1
Reed Bunting 2 1037 1039   1 1 1040
               
Grand Totals 3229 42297 45526 7 289 303 45839
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
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