Sunday, 14 December 2014

Inland North Minileague - November

Back to real life for some of our patchers and the now familiar top three remains the same with Wayne Gillatt well clear and seemingly putting the inland north minileague to bed. No updates from Darren Starkey leaves Fairburn ahead of St Aidan's. Tom Lowe closes the gap by 10 chiefly because of a self-found Great White Egret. Best of the other finds this month goes to Phil Woollen with an inland Yellow-browed Warbler. We all know that this may be somewhat overshadowed by a certain pipit come the year end but here we celebrate November. Bill Aspin and Pete Antrobus both added Willow Tit which becomes more difficult each year and remarkably this is Bill's first record at Brockholes.

James Common continues to be well clear in the comparative league, top by 20% on a cracking as he also managed to catch up with the Rough-legged Buzzard on his patch. PWC's own Pete Williams has retained second at Laycock and Phil Woollen becomes the third member of the 100 club thanks to the aforementioned Yellow-brow.

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