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 2015

In accordance with the LBC directive on the publication of potential sensitive breeding Species, any sensitive Species recorded by Competition members will be added to their Total, but will not appear in the Report. They can be viewed on the Members Page though.

 

November provided no additions to the Year List Competition at all, however December produced welcome visitors of two Marsh Tit's, to 'Linghurst Wood'

The Competition members have recorded a total of 161 Species so far this year which is 15 fewer Species than the record total of 176 that was recorded in 2011. Daz Housman(156) is 14 Species behind the highest ever individual Competition Year total which is 170, that was recorded by Ian Cowgill in 2011.

 

Pos

Entrant

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

9

1

DAZ HOUSMAN

97

103

112

135

143

145

147

151

151

153

0

156

156

2

IAN HUNT

90

97

102

126

133

137

138

142

142

143

0

145

145

3

PHIL CADMAN

91

98

105

130

138

138

140

142

142

142

0

144

144

4

ANDY SHOOTER

0

84

111

112

118

118

118

118

128

128

0

130

130

5

DES ROBERTS

44

89

89

110

122

123

123

123

123

123

0

0

123

6

MARTIN WARNE

88

92

95

112

118

119

118

118

118

118

0

0

119

6

GARY HOBSON

71

71

71

71

71

71

71

71

71

71

0

0

71

7

MARK FITZSIMMONS

63

68

68

68

68

68

68

68

68

68

0

0

68

A Collective Total of 161 Species have been recorded up to 26/12/2015

 

Friday 26th. Andy Shooter(130) added the MARSH TIT in 'Linghurst Wood' and the BRAMBLING at 'Hallcroft Sewage Works'.

Wednesday 16th. Ian Hunt(145) and Phil Cadman(144) both added the single male BRAMBLING that was observed around the feeders at the 'Hallcroft Sewage Works'.

Tuesday 15th Daz Housman(156) increased his lead further when he added a single BRAMBLING that was feeding around the 'Hallcroft Sewage Works'.

 

Monday 14th. Daz Housman(155), observed a single GLAUCOUS GULL, that was first noted on 'Bellmoor Lake', unfortunately it flew North East towards Tiln and couldn’t be re-located.

 

Sunday 13th. Ian Hunt(144) found two MARSH TIT'S in 'Linghurst Wood', that were eventually identified by Daz Housman(154), they were also recorded by Phil Cadman(143)

 

 

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