In a small village in North Wales Alison C is quietly having a productive year. Never a high scoring patch, Alison seems to be doing well in 2015 and is onto 110%. Henry Cook tends to score heavier at Little Orme and has had an electric 2015 with his score on 99% thanks to some decent migrants in the form of Little Gull and Ring Ouzel. Even a mediocre May would see him bust through the 100% barrier. Alun John is in third place on 98% (but only a couple of tenths of a % behind Henry). Alun is actually sandwiched between Henry's patches with Conwy RSPB on 97% in fourth.
In terms of points Laurie Allnatt at Llanelli WWT is way out front on 153 thanks to Garganey and Little Ringed Plover (and *ahem* Egyptian Goose #patchgold). Henry Cook is in second on 143 points and third with 141 points at Little Orme and Conwy respectively. Best bits this month were restricted to two pointers with Manx Shearwater, Whimbrel and Great Northern Diver all making multiple appearances. Special mention must go to Tony Swann's Tree Pipit which was his first at Brynna Woods for 40 years! Top stuff Tony!