Tim Hodge got off to a great start in the early months of the year and has kept up the momentum taking the title by a distance. His score off 352 is a reflection of some really good finds with a points per bird of almost 1.7. James Brown takes second falling agonisingly short of the 200 species mark whilst Gary White added Jack Snipe in December to take 3rd spot in what was a hard fought race to the finish.
In the birdtrack submissions, Tim Hodge took the title for the whole challenge with a mightily impressive 14,227 records. An article posted recently on the Birdguides website by Ryan Irvine really gets into the benefits of using the BirdTrack app, so maybe something to consider for PWC2015.
6 patchers have taken part in both the 2013 and 2014 competitions. Gary White at North Walsham takes the comparative league with a monster 120%. It is good to see other patchers beating their comparative too with 4 of the 6 contenders surpassing the 100% marker. There should be quite a number of players in the comparative league next year so PWC 2015 should be very competitive in Coastal East Anglia.