Confirmed Breeding in ST16

June 12, 2011 at 2:11 pm 1 comment

Willow Warbler by Sergey Yeliseev, on Flickr

Willow Warbler by Sergey Yeliseev, on Flickr

Currently 10km square ST16 (Barry and environs) has a low count for the number of species where breeding has been confirmed for the Bird Atlas.

The square has 96 species recording in the breeding season but only 35 of these have been proved to breed there.  Notable species that have yet to be confirmed are Nuthatch, Willow Warbler, Chiffchaff, Chaffinch and Goldfinch.

Can you help plug the gaps in our knowledge?  If you can, please enter your Roving Records via the Atlas website or request paper forms from:

Wayne Morris
email: eastglambto@gmail.com 

Land based tetrads in ST16 are:

Confirmed breeding has not been recorded for the following species in ST16.

  • Gadwall
  • Teal
  • Mallard (domestic)
  • Pochard
  • Tufted Duck
  • Lesser Scaup
  • Pheasant
  • Manx Shearwater
  • Cormorant
  • Little Egret
  • Grey Heron
  • Sparrowhawk
  • Buzzard
  • Kestrel
  • Water Rail
  • Oystercatcher
  • Ringed Plover
  • Grey Plover
  • Dunlin
  • Snipe
  • Whimbrel
  • Curlew
  • Greenshank
  • Common Sandpiper
  • Black-headed Gull
  • Common Gull
  • Great Black-backed Gull
  • Feral Pigeon
  • Collared Dove
  • Cuckoo

 

  • Barn Owl
  • Tawny Owl
  • Kingfisher
  • Great Spotted Woodpecker
  • Skylark
  • Sand Martin
  • Meadow Pipit
  • Rock Pipit
  • Grey Wagtail
  • Wheatear
  • Mistle Thrush
  • Cetti’s Warbler
  • Grasshopper Warbler
  • Sedge Warbler
  • Garden Warbler
  • Lesser Whitethroat
  • Chiffchaff
  • Willow Warbler
  • Goldcrest
  • Nuthatch
  • Jay
  • Raven
  • Tree Sparrow
  • Chaffinch
  • Greenfinch
  • Goldfinch
  • Linnet
  • Bullfinch
  • Reed Bunting
  • Black Swan
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  • 1. Wayne  |  July 7, 2011 at 2:48 pm

    Thanks to those who’ve submitted records since this appeal. We’re now above the 50% rate for confirmed breeding in this 10km square.

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