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Curlew Numenius arquata

P

854

102

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

House Sparrow Passer domesticus

P

167

83

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Tree Sparrow Passer montanus

P

1494

274

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Grey Partridge Perdix perdix

P

1118

249

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Red-necked Phalarope Phalaropus lobatus

P

40

13

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Wood Warbler Phylloscopus sibilatrix

P

103

44

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Willow Tit Poecile montana

P

335

127

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Marsh Tit Poecile palustris

P

371

171

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Dunnock Hedge Accentor Prunella modularis

P

76

32

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Balearic Shearwater Puffinus mauretanicus Bullfinch Pyrrhula pyrrhula

P

108

21

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

P

1591

326

RSPB, BTO

Species

Present or absent in Norfolk

Comments

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RSPB Amber List The Birds of Norfolk: “a scarce and localised breeder, and common winter visitor and passage migrant” New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk: “an abundant, but declining, resident”. Agricultural practices, pesticides, herbicides, domestic cats New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 RSPB Red List Scarce resident, passage migrant and winter visitor. Norfolk Action Plan published January 2006. RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk: “a common resident..declined nationally by 80%” Norfolk has always been an important area for Grey partridge. Herbicides remove weeds which are food for insects on which chicks feed. Norfolk Action Plan published December 1998, revised January 2006. RSPB Red List ‘Scarce passage migrant in both spring and autumn’ (D&JB 2009) RSPB Amber List The Birds of Norfolk: “a very scarce summer visitor and passage migrant; last bred in 1995” New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk: “a fairly common but localised and declining resident” National severe decline for reasons not fully understood, verging on extinction in Norfolk New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk: “a fairly common resident” New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 RSPB Amber List The Birds of Norfolk: “abundant resident and fairly common passage migrant..slow population decline in the British Isles since the mid-1970s New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 The Birds of Norfolk: “a very scarce autumn passage migrant” RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk: “A common resident.. marked decline in the 1980s..” Status difficult to assess, but apparently continues in

records in

squares

database

recorded

since 1980

No. of

No. of 1km Possible other sources

of data sets

Other survey work completed or in progress

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