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Fw: [SurreyBirders] 2002 List Update

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  • Harv Lane
    Hi folks, Here is the current Surrey List update. Cheers, Harv
    Message 1 of 1 , May 1 6:30 AM
      Hi folks,

      Here is the current Surrey List update.

      Cheers,
      Harv


      > Latest additions are the Beddington Marsh Harrier and Cetti's Warbler
      > and a Hobby seen at Unstead by Brian Milton on 28th April. Total is
      > now 171.
      > With regards to Barry's note about nomenclature what I did was
      > loosely based on Clements rather than the BOU, although not terribly
      > rigorously. I believe the North American black-billed magpie has been
      > split (not sure by who!), thus Eurasian for 'ours'. I don't think I
      > have the time or energy to fully understand Redpoll taxonomy. I would
      > welcome anyone's thoughts on these.
      >
      > Stoke this morning produced 4 Common Tern, 6 Sedge Warbler, 10+
      > Whitethroat and 7 Swift, which were the first I've seen in the UK
      > this year.
      >
      > 1. Little Grebe
      > 2. Great Crested Grebe
      > 3. Slavonian Grebe (Horned Grebe)
      > 4. Black-necked Grebe (Eared Grebe)
      > 5. Great Cormorant
      > 6. Shag
      > 7. Great Bittern
      > 8. Little Egret
      > 9. Great (White) Egret
      > 10. Grey Heron
      > 11. Mute Swan
      > 12. Greater White-fronted Goose
      > 13. Greylag Goose
      > 14. Barnacle Goose
      > 15. Canada Goose
      > 16. Egyptian Goose
      > 17. Shelduck
      > 18. Mandarin Duck
      > 19. Eurasian Wigeon
      > 20. Gadwall
      > 21. Eurasian Teal
      > 22. Green-winged Teal
      > 23. Mallard
      > 24. Northern Pintail
      > 25. Garganey
      > 26. Northern Shoveler
      > 27. Red-crested Pochard
      > 28. Common Pochard
      > 29. Ring-necked Duck
      > 30. Ferruginous duck
      > 31. Tufted Duck
      > 32. Greater Scaup
      > 33. Common Scoter (Black Scoter)
      > 34. Velvet Scoter (White-winged Scoter)
      > 35. Common Goldeneye
      > 36. Smew
      > 37. Red-breasted Merganser
      > 38. Goosander (Common Merganser)
      > 39. Ruddy Duck
      > 40. Northern Goshawk
      > 41. Red Kite
      > 42. Eurasian Marsh Harrier
      > 43. Hen Harrier (Northern Harrier)
      > 44. Sparrowhawk
      > 45. Common Buzzard
      > 46. Oprey
      > 47. Common Kestrel
      > 48. Merlin
      > 49. Eurasian Hobby
      > 50. Peregrine
      > 51. Red-legged Partridge
      > 52. (Ring-necked) Pheasant
      > 53. Water Rail
      > 54. Moorhen
      > 55. Eurasian Coot
      > 56. Common Crane
      > 57. Eurasian Oystercatcher
      > 58. Pied Avocet
      > 59. Little Ringed Plover
      > 60. European Golden plover
      > 61. Grey plover (Black-bellied Plover)
      > 62. Northern Lapwing
      > 63. Sanderling
      > 64. Little Stint
      > 65. Dunlin
      > 66. Ruff
      > 67. Jack Snipe
      > 68. Common Snipe
      > 69. Eurasian Woodcock
      > 70. Bar-tailed Godwit
      > 71. Whimbrel
      > 72. Eurasian Curlew
      > 73. Common Redshank
      > 74. Green Sandpiper
      > 75. Common Sandpiper
      > 76. Mediterranean Gull
      > 77. Little Gull
      > 78. Black-headed Gull
      > 79. Common Gull (Mew Gull)
      > 80. Lesser Black-backed Gull
      > 81. Herring Gull (plus Yellow-legged gull)
      > 82. Great Black-backed Gull
      > 83. Glaucous Gull
      > 84. Iceland Gull
      > 85. Black-legged Kittiwake
      > 86. Sandwich Tern
      > 87. Common Tern
      > 88. Little Tern
      > 89. Black Tern
      > 90. Feral Rock Dove
      > 91. Stock Dove
      > 92. Wood Pigeon
      > 93. Eurasian Collared Dove
      > 94. European Turtle Dove
      > 95. Rose-ringed Parakeet
      > 96. Common Cuckoo
      > 97. Barn Owl
      > 98. Little Owl
      > 99. Tawny Owl
      > 100. Common Swift
      > 101. Common Kingfisher
      > 102. Lesser Spotted Woodpecker
      > 103. Great Spotted Woodpecker
      > 104. Green Woodpecker
      > 105. Woodlark
      > 106. Skylark
      > 107. Sand Martin (Bank Swallow)
      > 108. Eurasian (Barn) Swallow
      > 109. House Martin
      > 110. Tree Pipit
      > 111. Meadow pipit
      > 112. Water Pipit
      > 113. Yellow Wagtail
      > 114. Grey Wagtail
      > 115. Pied Wagtail
      > 116. Wren (Winter Wren)
      > 117. Dunnock
      > 118. European Robin
      > 119. Common Nightingale
      > 120. Black Redstart
      > 121. Common Redstart
      > 122. Whinchat
      > 123. Stonechat
      > 124. Northern Wheatear
      > 125. Blackbird
      > 126. Fieldfare
      > 127. Song Thrush
      > 128. Redwing
      > 129. Mistle Thrush
      > 130. Cetti's Warbler
      > 131. Sedge Warbler
      > 132. Eurasian Reed Warbler
      > 133. Dartford Warbler
      > 134. Lesser Whitethroat
      > 135. Common Whitethroat
      > 136. Garden Warbler
      > 137. Blackcap
      > 138. Willow Warbler
      > 139. Wood Warbler
      > 140. Chiffchaff
      > 141. Goldcrest
      > 142. Firecrest
      > 143. Long-tailed Tit
      > 144. Marsh Tit
      > 145. Coal Tit
      > 146. Blue Tit
      > 147. Great Tit
      > 148. Eurasian Nuthatch
      > 149. Eurasian Treecreeper
      > 150. Great Grey Shrike (Northern Shrike)
      > 151. Eurasian Jay
      > 152. Eurasian Magpie
      > 153. Jackdaw
      > 154. Rook
      > 155. Carrion Crow
      > 156. Common Starling
      > 157. House Sparrow
      > 158. Eurasian Tree sparrow
      > 159. Chaffinch
      > 160. Brambling
      > 161. Greenfinch
      > 162. European Goldfinch
      > 163. Eurasian Siskin
      > 164. Linnet
      > 165. Common Redpoll
      > 166. Lesser Redpoll
      > 167. Bullfinch
      > 168. Hawfinch
      > 169. Common (Red) Crossbill
      > 170. Yellowhammer
      > 171. Reed Bunting
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