TOTAL NUMBER OF SPECIES RECORDED IN BRITAIN AND IRELAND COMBINED IN 2015

As of 10 November 2015, a total of 430 species have been recorded this year

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Sunday, 3 January 2010

A Bedfordshire record - 3 BITTERNS at Brogborough Lake

Late afternoon Neil and Paul Wright had three BITTERNS around BrogboroughLake - presumably the most ever recorded in the county at once? Also here were five GREATER SCAUP (4f, 1 imm m), two Red-crested Pochards, but just one (calling!) GREAT NORTHERN DIVER.

The other GND was relocated by Martin Green on Stewartby Lake. In the fairly reasonable gull roost on the ice was an adult Yellow-legged Gull and also an adult Caspian Gull.

The EURASIAN WHITE-FRONTED GOOSE was showing well on the main lake at Willington GP mid-afternoon. Presumably this is the bird that has been seen at Newport Pagnell in recent days, before relocating to MVCP yesterdayafternoon, and Willington GP today (per Steve Blain).

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