2013 Bird List

For the first time, I’m keeping a ‘Year List’, a record of all the bird species I see in 2013. Where relevant, I’ll provide links to blog posts that detail the sightings, hopefully with pictures.

1 Chaffinch

2 Greenfinch

3 Wren

4 Dunnock

5 House Sparrow

6 Herring Gull

7 Black-headed Gull

8 Wood Pigeon

9 Carrion Crow

10 Jackdaw

11 Raven

12 Rook

13 Grey Heron

14 Dipper

15 Sparrowhawk

16 Kestrel

17 Buzzard

18 Red Kite

19 Mallard

20 Blue Tit

21 Great Tit

22 Long-tailed Tit

23 Magpie

24 Robin

25 Goldfinch

26 Blackbird

27 Curlew

28 Pied Wagtail

29 Grey Wagtail

30 Mistle Thrush

31 Greylag Goose

32 Canada Goose

33 Collared Dove

34 Treecreeper

35 Nuthatch

36 Jay

37 Song Thrush

38 Redwing

39 Siskin

40 Common/Mealy Redpoll

41 Goldcrest

42 Lesser Redpoll

43 Bullfinch

44 Siskin

45 Swallow

46 House Martin

47 Sand Martin

48 Swift

49 Kingfisher

50 Tufted Duck

52 Blackcap

53 Whitethroat

54 Chiffchaff

55 Goosander

56 Great-Spotted Woodpecker

57 Barn Owl

58 Tawny Owl

59 Red-Backed Shrike

60 Reed Warbler

61 Cetti’s Warbler

62 Little Grebe

63 Lapwing

64 Green Woodpecker

65 Ring-necked Parakeet

66 Redshank

67 Common Tern

68 Reed Bunting

69 Gadwall

70 Oystercatcher

71 Ringed Plover

72 Common Sandpiper

73 Razorbill

74 Guillemot

75 Black Guillemot

76 Puffin

77 Fulmar

78 Cormorant

79 Shag

80 Meadow Pipit

81 Rock Pipit

82 Cuckoo

83 Golden Eagle

84 Hen Harrier

85 Great Northern Diver

86 Eider Duck

87 Willow Warbler

88 Linnet

89 Spotted Flycatcher

90 White-Tailed Eagle

91 Red-Breasted Merganser

92 Hooded Crow

93 Wheatear

94 Common Gull

95 Lesser Black-backed Gull

96 Greater Black-backed Gull

97 Pochard

98 Wigeon

99 Coal Tit

100 Gannet

101 Pheasant

102 Starling

103 Great-crested Grebe

104 Fieldfare

105 Dunlin

106 Grey Plover

107 Golden Plover

108 Brent Goose

109 Turnstone

110 Brambling

111 Curlew

112Little Egret

113Great-Grey Shrike

114 Shelduck

115 Knot

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