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Roseate Tern Sterna dougallii

P

55

20

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Turtle Dove Streptopelia turtur

P

2433

381

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Common Starling Sternus vulgaris

P

379

89

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Song Thrush Turdus philomelos

P

1825

148

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Ring Ouzel Turdus torquatus

P

695

154

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Lapwing Vanellus vanellus

P

991

179

RSPB, BTO

Norfolk Bird Atlas Project

Species

Present or absent in Norfolk

RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk: “ very scarce summer visitor and passage migrant..numbers fluctuated widely..one of the rarest breeding sea birds in Britain” RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk: “A common but declining summer visitor and fairly common passage migrant; very rare in winter. Marked decline since the 1980s due to drought in the winter quarters, large-scale shooting on migration and modern farming methods on the breeding grounds”. D&JB 2009 – ‘decline continuing.’ Norfolk Action Plan published January 2006. RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk: “abundant resident, winter visitor and passage migrant..Britain’s resident starlings have suffered as a direct result of. ..(agricultural practices) New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 RSPB Red List The Birds of Norfolk: “a common resident and passage migrant… – declined (nationally) 54% between 1969 and 1994 … declined similarly in Norfolk but a recovery appears to be taking place in the late 1990s”. Norfolk Action Plan published December 1998, revised October 2007. RSPB Red List. The Birds of Norfolk: “a fairly common passage migrant, rare in midsummer and in winter..marked population decline between the two BTO Breeding Atlases. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 RSPB Amber List The Birds of Norfolk: “common, but declining breeder and passage migrant, common winter visitor”. Agricultural intensification and degradation. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007

No. of records in database

shallow decline (BTO). Update D&JB 2009: ‘obvious increase in sightings over last two years’. Norfolk action plan in preparation.

Comments

No. of 1km Possible other sources

Other survey work completed or in progress

squares recorded since 1980

of data sets

11

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