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Cuckoo Cuculus canorus

P

637

242

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Bewick’s Swan Cygnus columbianus bewickii

P

650

179

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Lesser Spotted Woodpecker Dendrocopos minor

P

592

228

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Corn Bunting Emberiza calandra

P

779

149

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Cirl Bunting Emberiza cirlus

P

-

-

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Yellowhammer Emberiza citrinella

P

573

231

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Reed Bunting Emberiza schoeniclus

P

1264

217

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Black-throated Diver Gavia arctica

P

375

50

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Eurasian Wryneck Jynx torquilla

P

189

72

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Red-backed Shrike Lanius collurio

P

431

111

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Species

Present or absent in Norfolk

8

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

RSPB Amber List The Birds of Norfolk: A fairy common, but declining, summer visitor New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 RSPB Amber List. Numbers down on 2004 and 2005. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk:”Scarce and declining resident” borne out by NBA results. Recorded at 23 sites in 2006. 24 sites in 2007. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 RSPB Red List. Concentrations in the Fens and North Norfolk Coast The Birds of Norfolk: “a scarce and declining resident and very scarce passage migrant. Lowest point only 7% of tetrads in 97, none recorded 96, but a flock of 309 at Welney in 97 may indicate a reversal of the downward trend”. Norfolk Action Plan published January 2006. RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk: “A rare vagrant”. Last recorded in 1969 (D&JB). Agricultural changes RSPB Red List. Once common but currently in decline. The Birds of Norfolk: “A common but declining resident and scarce passage migrant”. Agricultural changes New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk: a common resident and fairly common passage migrant. BTO census showed a decline of 60% between 69-94” Agricultural changes Norfolk action plan in preparation. RSPB Amber List The Birds of Norfolk: “Scarce winter visitor and passage migrant, very scarce inland” New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 RSPB Red List Scarce passage migrant, mostly autumn, last bred in 1955. The days of the wryneck as a British breeding bird are numbered – loss of habitat, and an increase in pesticides have been suggested as causes of the population crash. ~ 50-70 records 2005, 25 records 2006, 34 records 2007. RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk: “a scarce passage migrant; formerly a scarce summer visitor, which last bred in 1988”. Single bird

of data sets

Other survey work completed or in progress

Comments

in database

squares recorded since 1980

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