The Big Sit! 2007 Statistics

These statistics reflect information submitted by reporting circles. As teams continue to report their Big Sit! results, the statistics on this page will change to reflect up-to-the-minute information.

Team Information: Cliffe birders

Captain: Don Taylor
Location: Kent County, Other (United Kingdom)

Team Checklist

  1. Little Grebe
  2. Great Crested Grebe
  3. Cormorant
  4. Little Egret
  5. Grey Heron
  6. Mute Swan
  7. Greylag Goose
  8. Greater Canada Goose
  9. Brent Goose
  10. Shelduck
  11. Eurasian Wigeon
  12. Gadwall
  13. Common Teal
  14. Mallard
  15. Pintail
  16. Shoveler
  17. Pochard
  18. Tufted Duck
  19. Ruddy Duck
  20. Sparrowhaw
  21. Kestrel
  22. Peregrine
  23. Red-legged Partridge
  24. Pheasant
  25. Moorhen
  26. Coot
  27. Avocet
  28. Ringed Plover
  29. European Golden Plover
  30. Grey Plover
  31. Lapwing
  32. Little Stint
  33. Pectoral Sandpiper
  34. Dunlin
  35. Ruff
  36. Black-tailed Godwit
  37. Curlew
  38. Redshank
  39. Greenshank
  40. Green Sandpiper
  41. Black-headed Gull
  42. Common Gull
  43. Lesser Black-backed Gull
  44. Herring Gull
  45. Yellow-legged Gull
  46. Great Black-backed Gull
  47. Common Tern
  48. Feral Pigeon
  49. Stock Dove
  50. Woodpigeon
  51. Collared Dove
  52. Barn Owl
  53. Little Owl
  54. Tawny Owl
  55. Green Woodpecker
  56. Great Spotted Woodpecker
  57. Skylark
  58. Meadow Pipit
  59. Pied Wagtail
  60. Wren
  61. Dunnock
  62. Robin
  63. Stonechat
  64. Northern Wheatear
  65. Blackbird
  66. Song Thrush
  67. Redwing
  68. Chiffchaff
  69. Goldcrest
  70. Long-tailed Tit
  71. Blue Tit
  72. Great Tit
  73. Jay
  74. Magpie
  75. Jackdaw
  76. Rook
  77. Carrion Crow
  78. Starling
  79. Chaffinch
  80. Greenfinch
  81. Goldfinch
  82. Linnet
  83. Bullfinch
  84. Reed Bunting

Team Notes

Participants: Don Taylor & Mark Tomlins

Weather: Dry but thick mist early in the day

Location: Cliffe RSPB Reserve, Kent, UK

Time At Location: 5.50am - 6pm

Notes:
I'll try and attach my report to an email. Meanwhile it can be seen, with a few photos, on the Kent Ornithological Website: www.kentos.org.uk Click What's New and there is a link to the story of the day, dated 16th October, I believe. (Webmaster's comment: click here for a direct link to Don Taylor's excellent report.)


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