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January 5, 2011 at 11:24 am Leave a comment

Lapwing; Vanellus vanellus

Lapwing; Vanellus vanellus by phenolog, on Flickr

As 2010 closed the figures for completed Timed Tetrads Visits are very encouraging.  We have 315 tetrads in East Glamorgan that can be surveyed in this way.  Of these, 283 have had first winter surveys completed, 214 for second winter, 209 for first breeding season and 203 for second breeding season.  We also have tens of thousands of Roving Records and GBC data that are contributing to the success of this project.

There’s still some work to do over the final months of the project, but thanks to all who have contributed.  I hope you are able to keep going to the end of July.

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