Sunday, 24 April 2016

Inland Scotland Minileague - March 2016

Chris Pendlebury's grip on the comparative table loosens a little but only by the loss of third spot. His Dunblane patch is top of the tree on 77% having added his annual Redshank. His Blairdrummond patch moves on to 76% with Whooper Swan his March highlight there. At Cambus, Graeme Garner moves into third place after patch ticking both Short-eared Owl and Golden Plover.

Green-winged Teal, Croy - Jonathan Clarke

The inland behemoth that is Loch Leven keeps David Douglas on top of the Inland Scotland tree. This month he adds 9 points, keeping him 15 clear of Alastair Forsyth in second place with highlights including a Little Egret. Graeme Garner's new patch at Clackmannan is in third place on 79 points.

Liberton East and West Goshawk, Geoff Morgan
Find of the month goes to Jonathan Clarke at Croy after turning up a patch Green-winged Teal (one of two on his patch this month). One Goshawk made two patch lists as Geoff Morgans patches, Liberton East and West join at his abode so he raced round the house to see it from both front and back gardens! Also at Liberton East Geoff found the third Icelandic Redwing for Lothian, surely under recorded but it also shows Martin Garner's legacy in the competition. At Penicuik, Mike Hodgkin added Twite for a two-point bonus.  

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