Monday, 31 October 2016

Inland East Anglia - September 2016

Again no further progress from Adam Nicholls but with a score of 136% does that matter? He remains top by 23% ahead of James Emerson who also added naught. Nick Moran broke the mold and his 6% draws him close to second place. Nick found a rather fine inland Yellow-browed Warbler as well as adding Raven and Tree Pipit, both of which are excellent for his patch.

Yellow-browed Warbler by Neil Calbrade at BTO towers giving Nick Moran 6 points.

Ben Lewis adds 10 points to extend his lead at the top to 23. This month he added Glossy Ibis and got in on the Yellow-browed Warbler finding at Mid-Yare RSPB. Luke Wake at Fen Drayton remained in second but failed to make any further additions. Jamie Wells in third position added just a brace this time out for Little Stint.

Other highlights this month include a Pectoral Sandpiper found by Ben Rackstraw at Wretton. Stephen McAvoy also managed to see Nick's Yellow-brow and Raven combo. Things were thinner on the ground away from here as a Stonechat making the highlights attests but Derek Gruar wont be complaining at RSPB Hope Farm.

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