LOUND BIRD CLUB

Striving to record, monitor and conserve birds & wildlife found on the Sutton & Lound GP's SSSI (Idle Valley NR) since 1990.

December 2014

In accordance with the LBC directive on the recording of potential sensitive breeding species, any Sensitive species recorded will be added to the Entrants Total but will not appear in the Report.

The Final Table is shown below. Congratulations once again to Daz Housman who retains his Lound Year list Competition title, after many hours of dedicated birdwatching.

Pos

Entrant

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

12

1

DAZ HOUSMAN

94

108

115

138

145

148

150

152

154

158

158

159

159

2

IAN HUNT

95

101

105

131

140

140

142

142

146

148

149

150

150

2

PHIL CADMAN

96

104

111

134

141

142

143

144

145

148

150

150

150

4

MARTIN WARNE

92

98

110

130

136

137

137

138

139

140

142

142

142

5

GARY HOBSON

75

75

75

75

75

75

75

75

75

76

76

141

141

6

ANDY SHOOTER

82

91

100

117

130

130

132

132

134

138

139

139

139

7

MARK FITZSIMMONS

72

88

103

122

125

127

127

127

127

127

128

128

128

8

DES ROBERTS

74

75

81

109

116

116

116

116

116

120

124

126

126

9

DAVE READ

75

94

107

123

123

123

123

123

123

124

124

124

124

10

TIM CARTER

0

0

0

74

85

88

88

88

88

88

88

88

88

11

AMANDA NICHOLSON

42

53

53

53

53

53

53

53

53

53

53

53

53

Latest Update 31/12/2014

A Collective Total of 166 Species have been recorded up to 31/12/2014

 

 

Wednesday 31st. Gary Hobson(141) submitted his final year list

Saturday 6th Gary Hobson(77) added the CETTI'S WARBLER that was heard calling around the 'Cross Lane Marsh' area from the 'River Idle' track.

Friday 5th. Des Roberts (126) added the CETTI'S WARBLER which was once again heard calling and viewed on 'Cross Lane Marsh' and the pair of COMMON STONECHAT on the 'Neatholme Scrape'.

Thursday 4th. Ian Hunt(150) added the CETTI'S WARBLER which was once again heard calling and viewed on 'Cross Lane Marsh' the bird is now believed to be a female.

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