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Bongofury's UK List 2022 (1 Viewer)

bongofury

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So... I started 2022 with the intention of staying local with a 5 miles from home list. The first 20 days went well:

1.1.2022

Garden

1. Blue Tit
2. Coal Tit
3. Great Tit
4. Magpie
5. Carrion Crow
6. Starling
7. Robin
8. Siskin
9. Goldfinch
10. Lesser Redpoll
11. Woodpigeon
12. Feral Pigeon
13. Treecreeper
14. Herring Gull
15. Rook
16. Long-tailed Tit

Hamilton Retail Park

17. Dunnock
18. Blackbird

Avon Water

19. Mallard

2.1.2022

Garden

20. Bullfinch

East Kilbride Expressway

21. Buzzard

Stewartfield Loch

22. Greylag Goose

3.1.2022

Strathclyde Loch

23. Goosander
24. Lesser Black-backed Gull
25. Common Gull
26. Mute Swan
27. Moorhen
28. Black-headed Gull
29. Mistle Thrush

4.1.2022

Burnbank

30. Rook

Raith

31. Kestrel

5.1.2022

Strathclyde Loch

32. Goldeneye
33. Tufted Duck
34. Cormorant
35. Ring-billed Gull
36. Pied Wagtail
37. Little Grebe
38. Canada Goose

Earnock

39. House Sparrow

Garden

40. Chaffinch

7.1.2022

Baron's Haugh

41. Redwing
42. Greenfinch
43. Teal
44. Wigeon
45. Fieldfare
46. Song Thrush
47. Gadwall
48. Wren

10.1.2022

Dalzell Woods / Baron's Haugh

49. Nuthatch
50. Goldcrest
51. Green Sandpiper
52. Kingfisher
53. Grey Heron

11.1.2022

Earnock

54. Collared Dove

13.1.2022

Stewartfield Farm

55. Woodcock

Dykehead Wood

56. Sparrowhawk
57. Snipe

18.1.2022

Carbarns

58. Curlew
59. Lapwing

19.1.2022

Earnock Burn / High Earnock

60. Raven
61. Great Spotted Woodpecker

20.1.2022

North Haugh

62. Coot
63. Shoveler
 
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bongofury

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Then I had a day of leave to use up and headed to Fife. As the day went on, the tally crept up and I realised how much I enjoy these days out, so I'm back to doing a UK List again!

16.1.2022

Tinto

64. Red Grouse
65. Meadow Pipit

21.1.2022

Leven

66. Red-throated Diver
67. Eider
68. Great Black-backed Gull
69. Common Scoter
70. Oystercatcher
71. Mediterranean Gull
72. Long-tailed Duck
73. Red-breasted Merganser
74. Redshank
75. Bar-tailed Godwit

St Monans

76. Stonechat
77. Skylark
78. Yellowhammer
79. Corn Bunting
80. Reed Bunting

Anstruther

81. Rock Pipit

St Andrews

82. Fulmar
83. Velvet Scoter
84. Scaup
85. Shag
86. Purple Sandpiper
87. Pink-footed Goose

Eden Estuary

88. Shelduck
89. Dunlin
90. Whooper Swan
91. Golden Plover
92. Grey Plover
93. Black-tailed Godwit
94. Tree Sparrow

Kinshaldy

95. Snow Bunting

Morton Lochs

96. Little Egret
97. Pheasant
 

bongofury

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28.1.2022

A day that didn't go to plan with the Hogganfield Smew going AWOL, plus no sign of Pochards or GCGs at Hogganfield, and the RND not being at Victoria Park, but still...

Hogganfield Marsh

100. Jack Snipe (The first time I've seen 100 species in January, so pleased with that)

Bingham's Pond

101. Ring-necked Duck

Lochwinnoch

102. Smew

Balgray Reservoir

103. Great Crested Grebe
 

Owene

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Wales
You’re making great progress. I know a lot of it is just regional variations in scarcity but you’ve got some really quality seabirds already
 

bongofury

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13.4.2022

Baron's Haugh

123. Willow Warbler
124. Osprey (often hear about them passing through the Clyde Valley so delighted to see one here at last)

Merryton

125. Blackcap

Carbarns

126. Linnet

Location withheld

127. Short-eared Owl (as if the Osprey wasn't good enough!)
128. Barn Owl
 
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