Sunday, 16 November 2014

National Inland. October

Wayne Gillatt continues to Maintain his 18 point lead at the top of the group. Both of  Darren Starkey's patches slipped this month, losing 2nd place to Jamie Wells and 4th to Ben Lewis and with just 5 points separating 2nd - 5th there' s still plenty of time for more change. 
Top find of the month goes to Ben Lewis with a Penduline Tit at Mid Yare Valley. Other notable finds were Yellow-browed Warblers for Marcus Lawson and Matt Griffiths (only the 2nd Warwickshire record), Hawfinch for Andy Mackay (who returned to the table in 17th place), and a Blue Tit (far rarer than Yellow-browed Warbler on Orkney) for Alastair Forsyth.

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