After a quiet December, Adam Bassett maintains the gap at the top to take the title. 136 species and 173 points is an impressive total for a London site. Nick Croft ended the year beating himself into 3rd place, with his Wanstead patch pipping Rainham to second spot. With Olive-Backed Pipit and Blyth's Reed Warbler in the year, Wanstead has really turned out a couple of the national inland highlights, so probably warrants that second place finish.
Roger Hicks at Henlow Grange has been turning in impressive BirdTrack records with over 6500 in the year. Tom Stevenson at Ewelme Watercress Beds has also records good totals of records and lists in the year. It really is a tool to add value to your local birding.
Congratulations to all of our competitors in PWC2014.
NB. Stephanie Brown's score has been amended.
In the comparative league, Adam Bassett's good year at Little Marlow is evidenced by an impressive comparative score of 109%. Michael Terry at Hosehill Lane had an even more impressive year however, taking the comparative title with 113%, with a patch tick Marsh Tit in December to really cap off his year. Congratulations to Michael.