No change in the rankings on the Coastal Scotland comparative table during March with Chris Hill at Burntisland still holding on to first place with 72.18%. Stephen Welch is not far behind however with his comp score of 70% on the button at Gosford Bay.
It's a different story altogether on the points table with Mike Hodgkin being the first to break the 100 species barrier with his impressive tally of 104 species and 125 points at Aberlady Bay where he now secures himself first position for the month ahead of Jim Dickson at Crinan Canal Corridor (but only by a matter of two points).
The biggest mover on the table is Jonathan Clarke (Whiteness Head) who jumps from second last to seventh with a little help from a #patchgold Coot! Jim Dickson claims the highest points per bird total so far (1.24) with a Stock Dive his highlight for March and not a bad bird to get out West. A special mention for both Mark Lewis (Girdle ness) and Stephen Welch who have both submitted a fine number of BirdTrack lists to date.