Year List 2012

My year list of birds seen for 2012. I am not following any authorities lists so have included splits such as Taiga and Tundra bean goose.

  1. Woodpigeon
  2. Mallard
  3. Blackbird
  4. Magpie
  5. Carrion Crow
  6. Black Headed Gull
  7. Chaffinch
  8. Greylag
  9. Starling
  10. Rook
  11. Herring Gull
  12. Cormorant
  13. Kestrel
  14. Coot
  15. Little Grebe
  16. Wigeon
  17. Great Crested Grebe
  18. Redshank
  19. Tufted Duck
  20. Shoveler
  21. Whooper Swan
  22. Grey Heron
  23. Short-eared Owl
  24. Hen Harrier
  25. Wren
  26. Goldeneye
  27. Moorhen
  28. Collared Dove
  29. Dunnock
  30. House Sparrow
  31. Canada Goose
  32. Goosander
  33. Pheasant
  34. Blue Tit
  35. Goldfinch
  36. Pochard
  37. Lapwing
  38. Teal
  39. Jackdaw
  40. Common Gull
  41. Siskin
  42. Tree Sparrow
  43. Shelduck
  44. Oystercatcher
  45. Great Black Backed Gull
  46. Mute Swan
  47. Gadwall
  48. Great Tit
  49. Sparrowhawk
  50. Robin
  51. Fieldfare
  52. Marsh Harrier
  53. Peregrine
  54. Twite
  55. Rock Dove/Feral Pigeon
  56. Fulmar
  57. Guillemot
  58. Gannet
  59. Meadow Pipit
  60. Shag
  61. Desert Wheatear
  62. Lesser Black-Backed Gull
  63. Greenfinch
  64. Turnstone
  65. Knot
  66. Purple Sandpiper
  67. Dunlin
  68. Barnacle Goose
  69. Coal Tit
  70. Goldcrest
  71. Bullfinch
  72. Treecreeper
  73. Willow Tit
  74. Mistle Thrush
  75. Egyptian Goose
  76. Buzzard
  77. Iceland Gull
  78. Curlew
  79. Smew
  80. Long Tailed Tit
  81. Pied Wagtail
  82. Golden Plover
  83. Barn Owl
  84. Lesser Redpoll
  85. Yellowhammer
  86. Tundra Bean Goose
  87. Taiga Bean Goose
  88. Redwing
  89. White-fronted Goose
  90. Song Thrush
  91. Snipe
  92. Skylark
  93. Reed Bunting
  94. Great Spotted Woodpecker
  95. Linnet
  96. Stock Dove
  97. Chiffchaff
  98. Ruff
  99. Avocet
  100. Swallow
  101. Sand Martin
  102. Black Necked Grebe
  103. Willow Warbler
  104. House Martin
  105. Swift
  106. Whimbrel
  107. Common Tern
  108. Sedge Warbler
  109. Little Gull
  110. Common Sandpiper
  111. Garganey
  112. Kittwake
  113. Razorbill
  114. Puffin
  115. Lesser Whitethroat
  116. Common Whitethroat
  117. Spotted Flycatcher
  118. Pintail
  119. Cuckoo
  120. Wheatear
  121. Red Legged-Partridge
  122. Grey Partridge
  123. Little Ringed Plover
  124. Wood Sandpiper
  125. Ringed Plover
  126. Temminck’s Stint
  127. Yellow Wagtail
  128. Reed Warbler
  129. Roller
  130. Blackcap
  131. Greenshank
  132. Green Sandpiper
  133. Kingfisher
  134. Hobby
  135. Corn Bunting
  136. Bar-tailed Godwit
  137. Brent Goose (pale bellied)
  138. Greenish Warbler
  139. Redstart
  140. Sanderling
  141. Grey Plover
  142. Little Stint
  143. Little Egret
  144. Waxwing
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2 responses to “Year List 2012

  1. You are well ahead of me (44 sp, snif!) with lots of lovely wetland and marine species. Some pointers: check the cypresses next to the conservatory in Pearson Park for some lovely Stock Doves, there are at least 2 couples that won’t go away from those trees and have already started to call. At the far end of the park, near the white and yellow gate you might find some Redwings. Song thrushes are already singing in Pearson Park and Mistle Thrushes are common. There are Treecreepers and Great Spotted Woodpeckers in the General Cemetery next to Spring Bank west. Happy birding!

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