The rankings on the Coastal Scotland Comparative Minileague table remain the same by the end of November but we see contestants continuing to add nicely to their scores.
Four Snow Buntings for Stephen Welch helped him get to 108% at his first place position held at Gosford Bay while Mark Lewis continues in fine form at Girdle ness where a Red-backed Shrike tipped him over the comp score target and on to 101% in second place. In third place at Girdle ness and Torry, Andrew Whitehouse is just a couple of species away from 100%.
The rarity highlight of the month involved a White-rumped Sandpiper at Musselburgh where Chris Rodger connected with it just before a Sparrowhawk did also! Otherwise, the status quo remains the same on the points minileague table where Mark leads the way with 225 points Girdle ness (a 'Green' patch with the highest number of BirdTrack records submitted also).