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Species

Dark-bellied Brent Goose Branta bernicla

Stone-curlew Burhinus oedicnemus

Nightjar Caprimulgus europaeus

Lesser Redpoll Carduelis cabaret

Linnet Carduelis cannabina

Twite Carduelis flavirostris

Hawfinch Coccothraustes coccothraustes

Corncrake Crex crex

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1539

11

RSPB, BTO

P

353

99

RSPB, BTO

P

338

94

RSPB, BTO

P

694

166

RSPB, BTO

P

2604

267

RSPB, BTO

P

371

62

RSPB, BTO

P

216

66

RSPB, BTO

P

15

10

RSPB, BTO

Present or absent in Norfolk

Comments

Other survey work completed or in progress

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project – Dr Moss Taylor. Agreed shari

The Birds of Norfolk: very common passage migrant and winter visitor, scarce inland ng New to national list of BAP priority species 2007

strategy Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk: “a scarce summer visitor, mainly to

Breckland, and very scarce passage migrant”. Evidence of small groups over-wintering 07/08/09. Norfolk Action Plan published December 1998, revised January 2006. RSPB Red List. 2004- 313 churring males in Norfolk. 2006 – 68 churring males The Birds of Norfolk: “a fairly common but localised summer visitor and rare passage migrant...a reduction in range and numbers has been recorded through much of Europe.. decline in Britain more pronounced since 1950 believed linked to habitat change. Main concentrations for the species confined to south/south-eastern England and East Anglia.” Norfolk Action Plan published June 2006. Once abundant in lowland Britain, now largely absent as breeding bird. RSPB Amber List New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 RSPB Red List. The Birds of Norfolk: “a very common resident and partial migrant, and common passage migrant…despite national decline in numbers has remained widespread throughout the county during the summer months” There is some evidence of increasing winter numbers 2006 Norfolk action plan in preparation. RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk: “A fairly common but localised winter visitor and scarce passage migrant; has declined in recent years” RSPB Amber List The Birds of Norfolk: “scarce resident and rare passage migrant” 2006 noted more widely than in recent years with a pair breeding at Narborough New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk: “rare passage vagrant and winter visitor; formerly bred, breeding range in Europe rapidly declining

No. of records No. of 1km Possible other sources

of data sets

in database

squares recorded since 1980

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