2015 Bird List

1. Blackbird – 1 January

2. Great-Spotted Woodpecker – 1 January

3. Blue Tit – 1 January

4. Great Tit – 1 January

5. Wood Pigeon – 1 January

6. Collared Dove – 1 January

7. House Sparrow – 1 January

8. Goldfinch – 1 January

9. Greenfinch – 1 January

10. Black-Headed Gull – 1 January

11. Magpie – 1 January

12. Carrion Crow – 1 January

13. Dunnock – 1 January

14. Sparrowhawk – 1 January

15. Robin – 1 January

16. Mallard – 2 January

17. Mistle Thrush – 3 January

18. Coot – 9 January

19 – Moorhen – 9 January

20 – Greylag Goose – 9 January

21 – Canada Goose – 9 January

22 – Long-tailed tit – 9 January

23 – Wren – 3 January

24 – Chaffinch – 18 January

25 – Bullfinch – 18 January

26 – Reed Bunting – 18 January

27 – Redwing – 18 January

28 – Tawny Owl – 13 January

29 – Snow Goose – 19 January

30 – Barnacle Goose – 19 January

31 – Whooper Swan – 20 January

32 – Buzzard – 20 January

33 – Red Kite – 20 January

34 – Herring Gull – 6 January

35 – Great Black Backed Gull – 6 January

36 – Pied Wagtail – 23 January

37 – Goosander – 28 January

38 – Rook – 29 January

39 – Jackdaw – 29 January

40 – Short-Eared Owl – 30 January

41 – Kestrel – 30 January

42 – Lapwing – 30 January

43 – Fieldfare – 30 January

44 – Mistle Thrush – 30 January

45 – Chiffchaff

46 – Blackcap

47 – Common Sandpiper

48 – Great Crested Grebe

49 – Bar tailed Godwit

50-  Swallow

51 – House Martin

52 – Swift

53 – Sand Martin

54 – Shelduck

55 – Eider

56 – Whimbrel

57 – Curlew

58 – Sandwich Tern

59 – Common Tern

60 – Ringed Plover

61 – Oystercatcher

62 – Redshank

63 – Little Egret

64 – Treecreeper

65 – Tree Sparrow

66 – Gannet – 3 August

67 – Kittiwake – 3 August

68 – Fulmar – 3 August

69 – Razorbill – 3 August

70 – Linnet – 3 August

71 – Tree Pipit – 3 August

72 – Spotted Redshank – 3 August

73 – Siskin – 10 August

74 – Wood Warbler – 10 August

75 – Green Woodpecker – 10 August

76 – Pheasant

77 – Grey Partridge

78 – Pochard

79 – Kingfisher

80 – Stock Dove

81 – Jay

82 – Gadwall – 17 August

83 – Teal – 17 August

84 – Shoveler – 17 August

85 – Green Sandpiper – 17 August

86 – Greenshank – 17 August

87 – Water Rail – 17 August

88 – Snipe – 17 August

89 – Marsh Harrier – 17 August

90 – Hobby – 17 August

91 – Dunlin – 17 August

92 – Ruff – 17 August

93 – Black Tailed Godwit – 17 August

94 – Bearded Tit – 17 August

95 – Spotted Crake – 17 August

96 – Red Backed Shrike – 5 September

97 – Pied Flycatcher – 5 September

98 – Knot – 5 September

99 – Mediterranean Gull – 5 September

100 – Turnstone – 5 September

101 – Sanderling – 5 September

102 – Siskin

103 – Goldeneye

104 – Wigeon

105 – Whooper Swan

106 – Dipper

107 – Shoveler

108 – Garganey

109 – Teal

110 – Mute Swan

111 – Grey Wagtail

112 – Yellow Wagtail

 

2 Responses to 2015 Bird List

  1. Dan Evans says:

    dear David – I have just read your fascinating info re wildlife in the Alnmouth area. I am spending a few days there from the end of May and wish to plan a brief study of the kinds of birds I am likely to see. am especially keen on photography. can you please give me an idea of the kinds of wildlife I may see next May – will then plan a brief study in advance.
    hope to hear from you only when convenient.
    Dan.

  2. Dan Evans says:

    David –

    i typed my email wrong –

    woodenhouse@talktalk.net dan

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