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Herring Gull Larus argentatus

P

335

43

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Black-tailed Godwit Limosa limosa

P

1078

76

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Savi’s Warbler Locustella luscinioides

P

12

7

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Grasshopper Warbler Locustella naevia

P

1157

273

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Woodlark Lullula arborea

P

641

176

Ron Hoblin has complete census work

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Common Scoter Melanitta nigra

P

754

62

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Yellow Wagtail Motacilla flava flavissima

P

846

120

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Spotted Flycatcher Muscicapa striata

P

1773

362

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk survey in 2003

Species

9

Present or absent in Norfolk

RSPB Amber List The Birds of Norfolk: “fairly common, but localised resident, and common passage migrant and winter visitor New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk: “very scarce and declining breeder, increasingly common passage migrant and winter visitor” New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk: “very scarce summer visitor, almost annual since 1967, formerly bred regularly unti mid 19th C New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk: “Fairly common summer visitor and very scarce passage migrant” New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk:: “a fairly common but localised breeder and scarce passage migrant”. In 1998, 309 singing males in Norfolk, in 1997 232 (16% of the British population). Norfolk Action Plan published June 2006. RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk: “common winter visitor and passage migrant, varying numbers of non-breeders over-summer; rare inland RSPB Amber List The Birds of Norfolk: “fairly common but declining summer visitor and passage migrant, very rare in winte. In decline as a breeding species since the 1930s” New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk: “A common summer visitor and fairly common passage migrant. The species has been in long- term decline since the 1960s with the British breeding population dropping by about 75% by the late 1980s…`” Update D&JB 2009 – ‘declining summer visitor and declining passage migrant’ Norfolk Action Plan published April 2007.

No. of records in database

failed to find mate in 1989. Recent birds probably Fenno- scandian displaced by north-east winds.” Extinct as a breeding bird in the county since 1988. 3 sight records in 2006, an exceptionally poor year, but in 2007 12 spring and 17 autumn (D&JB) Continued decline in European populations

Comments

No. of 1km Possible other sources

Other survey work completed or in progress

squares recorded since 1980

of data sets

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