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1 January, 2018:

  1. Great Tit
  2. Blue Tit
  3. Goldfinch
  4. Chaffinch
  5. Bullfinch
  6. Blackbird
  7. Jackdaw
  8. Crow
  9. Magpie
  10. Dunnock
  11. Woodpigeon
  12. Pheasant
  13. Buzzard
  14. Common Gull
  15. Coot
  16. Moorhen
  17. Mallard
  18. Call Duck

7 January, 2018

  1. Thrush
  2. Siskin
  3. Cormorant
  4. Snipe
  5. Canada Goose
  6. Robin
  7. Teal
  8. Lapwing

13 January, 2018

  1. Pied Wagtail
  2. Pigeon/Stock Dove
  3. Black-headed Gull

20 January, 2018

  1. Helmeted Guineafowl

28 January, 2018

  1. House Sparrow

Martin Mere

  1. Whooper Swan
  2. White Fronted Goose
  3. Pochard
  4. Pintail Duck
  5. Wigeon
  6. Goldeneye
  7. Cape Teal
  8. Eider
  9. Hawaiian or Red Breasted Goose
  10. Ruddy Shelduck
  11. Red Crested Pochard
  12. Patagonian Crested Duck
  13. Bar headed Goose
  14. Red Shoveler
  15. Cape Barren Goose
  16. African Spoonbill
  17. White Faced Whistling Duck
  18. African Comb Duck
  19. Mandarin Duck
  20. Northern Shoveler
  21. Chinese Spot-billed Duck
  22. Falcated Duck
  23. Swan Goose
  24. White Stork
  25. Chilean Flamingo
  26. Muscovy Duck
  27. Greater White-cheeked Pintail
  28. Chiloe Widgeon
  29. Rosybill
  30. Coscoroba Swan
  31. Ringed Teal
  32. South African Shelduck
  33. White headed Goose
  34. Black necked Goose
  35. Fulvous Whistling Duck
  36. South African Yellow-billed Duck
  37. Andean Goose
  38. Hooded Merganser

26 February, 2018

  1. Tufted Duck
  2. Gadwall
  3. Black Tailed Godwit
  4. Shoveler

4 March, 2018

  1. Marsh Harrier
  2. Grey Heron
  3. Cattle Egret
  4. Little Egret
  5. Short-eared Owl

16 March, 2018

  1. Common Starling

7 April, 2018

  1. Lesser Black Backed Gull
  2. Kingfisher
  3. Oystercatcher
  4. Great Crested Grebe
  5. Turnstone
  6. Avocet
  7. Mediterranean Gull
  8. Redshank

6 May 2018

  1. Swallow
  2. Wren
  3. Greenfinch

20 May 2018

  1. Mute Swan
  2. Red-breasted Merganser
  3. Little Grebe

10 June, 2018

  1. Reed Warbler

17 June 2018

  1. Jay
  2. Nuthatch

28 June 2018

  1. Collared Dove

14 July 2018 - Cheshire Falconry

  1. White-Tailed Sea-Eagle
  2. Harris Hawk
  3. European Eagle Owl
  4. Barn Owl
  5. Gyr x Saker Falcon

28 August 2018

  1. Spoonbill
  2. Greater Spotted Woodpecker
  3. Shelduck
  4. Greylag Goose

9 September 2018

  1. Black Copper Marans Chicken


Rough-legged Buzzard (or pale coloured Common Buzzard)

16 September 2018

  1. Green Sandpiper
  2. Common Sandpiper
  3. Curlew Sandpiper

23 September 2018

  1. Ruff
  2. Black Swan
  3. Dunlin

30 September 2018

  1. Pink Footed Goose

6 October 2018

  1. Herring Gull

13 October 2018

  1. Water Rail

28 October 2018

  1. Curlew
  2. Greater Black Backed Gull
  3. Grey Plover
  4. Sanderling

3 November 2018

  1. Stonechat
  2. Great White Egret

26 November 2018

  1. Redwing

27 December 2018 - Chester Zoo

  1. European Black Vulture
  2. Northern Bald Ibis
  3. Azure Winged Magpie
  4. Sumatran Laughingthrush
  5. Violet Turaco
  6. Nicobar Pigeon
  7. Java Sparrow
  8. Grey Capped Emerald Dove
  9. White Naped Pheasant Pigeon
  10. Red Billed Leiothrix (Pekin Robin)
  11. Madagascar Red Fody
  12. Crested Partridge
  13. Red Whiskered Bulbul
  14. Golden Breasted Starling
  15. Victoria Crowned Pigeon
  16. Glossy Starling
  17. Mindanao Bleeding Heart Dove
  18. Great Hornbill
  19. Javan Rhinoceros Hornbill
  20. White Crested Turaco
  21. Congo Peafowl
  22. Blue Naped Mousebird
  23. Yellow Faced Myna
  24. Luzon Bleeding Heart Dove
  25. White Rumped Shama
  26. Cinnamon Ground Dove
  27. Green Aracari
  28. Socorro Dove
  29. Collared Trogon
  30. White Winged Duck
  31. Visayan Hornbill
  32. Sunda Wrinkled Hornbill
  33. Pink Pigeon
  34. Sunbittern
  35. Mountain Peacock Pheasant
  36. Himalayan Monal
  37. Red Tailed Laughingthrush
  38. Blue Crowned Laughingthrush
  39. Vietnamese Pheasant
  40. Asian Fairy Bluebird
  41. Caribbean Flamingo
  42. Humboldt Penguin
  43. Black Crowned Crane
  44. White Headed Duck

28 December 2018 - Chester Zoo

  1. Wattled Crane
  2. Grey Crowned Crane
  3. Hottentot Teal
  4. Hamerkop
  5. Red Billed Hornbill
  6. Superb Starling
  7. Red Winged Starling
  8. Purple Starling
  9. Village Weaver
  10. Snowy Crowned Robin Chat
  11. Lilac Breasted Roller
  12. Eastern Crested Guineafowl
  13. White Backed Duck
  14. Black Stork
  15. Comb Duck
  16. Cassowary
  17. Bali Starling
  18. Chestnut Backed Thrush
  19. Fire Tufted Barbet
  20. Silver Eared Mesia
  21. Bronze Tailed Peacock Pheasant
  22. Salvadori's Pheasant

Seen but not yet photographed:

  1. Peregrine Falcon
  2. Long-tailed Tit
  3. Reed Bunting
  4. Merlin
  5. Bar Tailed Godwit
  6. House Martin
  7. Yellow Wagtail
  8. Sparrowhawk
  9. Spotted Crake
  10. Partridge
  11. Kestrel
  12. Hen Harrier

Heard but not seen

  • Chiffchaff
  • Cetti's Warbler
  • Tawny Owl

Complete List

    Wild
  1. Great Tit
  2. Blue Tit
  3. Goldfinch
  4. Chaffinch
  5. Bullfinch
  6. Blackbird
  7. Jackdaw
  8. Crow
  9. Magpie
  10. Dunnock
  11. Woodpigeon
  12. Pheasant
  13. Buzzard
  14. Common Gull
  15. Coot
  16. Moorhen
  17. Mallard
  18. Call Duck
  19. Thrush
  20. Siskin
  21. Cormorant
  22. Snipe
  23. Canada Goose
  24. Robin
  25. Teal
  26. Lapwing
  27. Pied Wagtail
  28. Pigeon/Stock Dove
  29. Black-headed Gull
  30. House Sparrow
  31. Tufted Duck
  32. Gadwall
  33. Black Tailed Godwit
  34. Shoveler
  35. Marsh Harrier
  36. Grey Heron
  37. Cattle Egret
  38. Little Egret
  39. Short-eared Owl
  40. Common Starling
  41. Lesser Black Backed Gull
  42. Kingfisher
  43. Oystercatcher
  44. Great Crested Grebe
  45. Turnstone
  46. Avocet
  47. Mediterranean Gull
  48. Redshank
  49. Swallow
  50. Wren
  51. Greenfinch
  52. Mute Swan
  53. Red-breasted Merganser
  54. Little Grebe
  55. Reed Warbler
  56. Jay
  57. Nuthatch
  58. Collared Dove
  59. Spoonbill
  60. Greater Spotted Woodpecker
  61. Shelduck
  62. Greylag Goose
  63. Green Sandpiper
  64. Common Sandpiper
  65. Curlew Sandpiper
  66. Ruff
  67. Black Swan
  68. Dunlin
  69. Pink Footed Goose
  70. Herring Gull
  71. Water Rail
  72. Curlew
  73. Greater Black Backed Gull
  74. Grey Plover
  75. Sanderling
  76. Stonechat
  77. Great White Egret
  78. Redwing


  79. Owned
  80. Helmeted Guineafowl
  81. Whooper Swan
  82. White Fronted Goose
  83. Pochard
  84. Pintail Duck
  85. Wigeon
  86. Goldeneye
  87. Cape Teal
  88. Eider
  89. Hawaiian or Red Breasted Goose
  90. Ruddy Shelduck
  91. Red Crested Pochard
  92. Patagonian Crested Duck
  93. Bar headed Goose
  94. Red Shoveler
  95. Cape Barren Goose
  96. African Spoonbill
  97. White Faced Whistling Duck
  98. African Comb Duck
  99. Mandarin Duck
  100. Northern Shoveler
  101. Chinese Spot-billed Duck
  102. Falcated Duck
  103. Swan Goose
  104. White Stork
  105. Chilean Flamingo
  106. Muscovy Duck
  107. Greater White-cheeked Pintail
  108. Chiloe Widgeon
  109. Rosybill
  110. Coscoroba Swan
  111. Ringed Teal
  112. South African Shelduck
  113. White headed Goose
  114. Black necked Goose
  115. Fulvous Whistling Duck
  116. South African Yellow-billed Duck
  117. Andean Goose
  118. Hooded Merganser
  119. White-Tailed Sea-Eagle
  120. Harris Hawk
  121. European Eagle Owl
  122. Barn Owl
  123. Gyr x Saker Falcon
  124. Black Copper Marans Chicken
  125. European Black Vulture
  126. Northern Bald Ibis
  127. Azure Winged Magpie
  128. Sumatran Laughingthrush
  129. Violet Turaco
  130. Nicobar Pigeon
  131. Java Sparrow
  132. Grey Capped Emerald Dove
  133. White Naped Pheasant Pigeon
  134. Red Billed Leiothrix (Pekin Robin)
  135. Madagascar Red Fody
  136. Crested Partridge
  137. Red Whiskered Bulbul
  138. Golden Breasted Starling
  139. Victoria Crowned Pigeon
  140. Glossy Starling
  141. Mindanao Bleeding Heart Dove
  142. Great Hornbill
  143. Javan Rhinoceros Hornbill
  144. White Crested Turaco
  145. Congo Peafowl
  146. Blue Naped Mousebird
  147. Yellow Faced Myna
  148. Luzon Bleeding Heart Dove
  149. White Rumped Shama
  150. Cinnamon Ground Dove
  151. Green Aracari
  152. Socorro Dove
  153. Collared Trogon
  154. White Winged Duck
  155. Visayan Hornbill
  156. Sunda Wrinkled Hornbill
  157. Pink Pigeon
  158. Sunbittern
  159. Mountain Peacock Pheasant
  160. Himalayan Monal
  161. Red Tailed Laughingthrush
  162. Blue Crowned Laughingthrush
  163. Vietnamese Pheasant
  164. Asian Fairy Bluebird
  165. Caribbean Flamingo
  166. Humboldt Penguin
  167. Black Crowned Crane
  168. White Headed Duck
  169. Wattled Crane
  170. Grey Crowned Crane
  171. Hottentot Teal
  172. Hamerkop
  173. Red Billed Hornbill
  174. Superb Starling
  175. Red Winged Starling
  176. Purple Starling
  177. Village Weaver
  178. Snowy Crowned Robin Chat
  179. Lilac Breasted Roller
  180. Eastern Crested Guineafowl
  181. White Backed Duck
  182. Black Stork
  183. Comb Duck
  184. Cassowary
  185. Bali Starling
  186. Chestnut Backed Thrush
  187. Fire Tufted Barbet
  188. Silver Eared Mesia
  189. Bronze Tailed Peacock Pheasant
  190. Salvadori's Pheasant

  191. Seen but not photographed
  192. Peregrine Falcon
  193. Long-tailed Tit
  194. Reed Bunting
  195. Merlin
  196. Bar Tailed Godwit
  197. House Martin
  198. Yellow Wagtail
  199. Sparrowhawk
  200. Spotted Crake
  201. Partridge
  202. Kestrel
  203. Hen Harrier


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