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Dec 10th Would anyone interested in helping with the counts please contact the Surrey organiser, who is: Penny Williams, Bournbrook House, Sandpit Hall Road, Chobham, Surrey, GU24 8HA. Tel: 01276 857736. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Surrey Bird Club Records Committee
Following our meeting in June 2016 the following decisions were reached.Highlights included the County's third Long-tailed Skua and Serin, the first Black-winged Stilt since 1973, Glossy Ibis, 3 Bee-eaters, a Fulmar and a Red-rumped Swallow. The Woking Peregrine Project Click on the link below for some fabulous live footage of the Peregrine nest box on the BAT tower in Woking The two chicks have now fledged successfully. Woking Peregrines The Surrey List Eric Soden (Surrey County Recorder) has painstakingly put together an up to date Surrey List. Some recent records may still be with the Records Committee and are not yet included.
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This DVD contains the Sussex Bird Reports 1948-2010, the 1996 Birds of Sussex book, and a commemorative publication
"Birds of Sussex 1962-1987". All for the bargain price of £6.50! Full details : here Surrey Bird Club Records Committee
Following our meeting on Feb 1st 2015 the following decisions were reached. Surrey Listing If you have seen over 200 species in the Vice-County of Surrey you are doing pretty well.
To see how many the 'top boys' have seen click here (updated Jan 2016). If you would like to added to this list, please let me know.
Dave Records Committee NewsThe 2012 meeting was held on July 1st, and the results can be found here. Highlights include Arctic Redpoll (2nd County record), Corncrake (eaten by a Grey Heron), and the first Shorelark for 27 years. If there are any errors then please let me know.
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