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Blagdon Lake Birds



Site year list to 31st July (records by bird wardens Mark Hynam & Nigel Milbourne, plus those reported):

  1. Dark-bellied Brent Goose (19th March)
  2. Canada Goose (1st January)
  3. Greylag Goose (20th March)
  4. Mute Swan (1st January)
  5. Egyptian Goose (9th January)
  6. Common Shelduck (1st January)
  7. Mandarin Duck (23rd April per J&A Wroath)
  8. Garganey (4th April)
  9. Shoveler (1st January)
  10. Gadwall (1st January)
  11. Wigeon (1st January)
  12. Mallard (1st January)
  13. Pintail (14th January)
  14. Teal (1st January)
  15. Pochard (1st January)
  16. Tufted Duck (1st January)
  17. Scaup (22nd January)
  18. Common Scoter (27th February per A Mears)
  19. Goldeneye (1st January)
  20. Goosander (1st January)
  21. Pheasant (1st January)
  22. Red-legged Partridge (6th March)
  23. Swift (1st May)
  24. Cuckoo (19th April)
  25. Feral Pigeon (1st January)
  26. Stock Dove (3rd January)
  27. Woodpigeon (1st January)
  28. Collared Dove (3rd January)
  29. Water Rail (1st January)
  30. Moorhen (1st January)
  31. Coot (1st January)
  32. Little Grebe (1st January)
  33. Great Crested Grebe (1st January)
  34. Black-necked Grebe (1st January)
  35. Oystercatcher (15th June)
  36. Lapwing (1st January)
  37. Little Ringed Plover (24th July)
  38. Whimbrel (31st July)
  39. Curlew (23 March)
  40. Black-tailed Godwit (19th July)
  41. Turnstone (23rd July)
  42. Dunlin (25th July per Avon Birds)
  43. Snipe (1st January)
  44. Common Sandpiper (1st January)
  45. Redshank (7th April)
  46. Greenshank (22nd April)
  47. Black-headed Gull (1st January)
  48. Little Gull (9th April)
  49. Mediterranean Gull (11th February)
  50. Common Gull (1st January)
  51. Great Black-backed Gull (1st January)
  52. Herring Gull (1st January)
  53. Yellow-legged Gull (23rd July)
  54. Lesser Black-backed Gull (1st January)
  55. Cormorant (1st January)
  56. Cattle Egret (22nd April)
  57. Grey Heron (1st January)
  58. Great White Egret (1st January)
  59. Little Egret (14th January)
  60. Sparrowhawk (2nd January)
  61. Marsh Harrier (30th January)
  62. Red Kite (9th February)
  63. Buzzard (1st January)
  64. Barn Owl (28th March)
  65. Tawny Owl (1st January)
  66. Kingfisher (16th January)
  67. Great Spotted Woodpecker (1st January)
  68. Green Woodpecker (1st January)
  69. Kestrel (21st January)
  70. Hobby (16th April)
  71. Peregrine (16th January)
  72. Jay (1st January)
  73. Magpie (1st January)
  74. Jackdaw (1st January)
  75. Rook (1st January)
  76. Carrion Crow (1st January)
  77. Raven (1st January)
  78. Coal Tit (1st January)
  79. Blue Tit (1st January)
  80. Great Tit (1st January)
  81. Sand Martin (9th March)
  82. Barn Swallow (30th March)
  83. House Martin (1st April)
  84. Cetti's Warbler (18th March)
  85. Long-tailed Tit (1st January)
  86. Willow Warbler (18th March)
  87. Chiffchaff (1st January)
  88. Sedge Warbler (11th April)
  89. Reed Warbler (13th April)
  90. Blackcap (19th March)
  91. Garden Warbler (24th April)
  92. Lesser Whitethroat (7th May per S. Prince)
  93. Whitethroat (13th April)
  94. Goldcrest (1st January)
  95. Wren (1st January)
  96. Nuthatch (21st January)
  97. Treecreeper (1st January)
  98. Starling (1st January)
  99. Song Thrush (1st January)
  100. Mistle Thrush (1st January)
  101. Redwing (1st January)
  102. Blackbird (1st January)
  103. Fieldfare (1st January)
  104. Spotted Flycatcher (16th May)
  105. Robin (1st January)
  106. Redstart (14th April)
  107. Wheatear (28th July)
  108. House Sparrow (1st January)
  109. Dunnock (1st January)
  110. Grey Wagtail (2nd January)
  111. Pied Wagtail (2nd January)
  112. Meadow Pipit (14th January)
  113. Chaffinch (1st January)
  114. Brambling (16th January)
  115. Bullfinch (3rd January per S Curtis)
  116. Greenfinch (12th March)
  117. Linnet (16th January)
  118. Lesser Redpoll (12th January)
  119. Goldfinch (1st January)
  120. Siskin (3rd January)
  121. Reed Bunting (1st March)
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