The Hawfinch irruption in Surrey 2017-18

I have been collating material for a paper on the Hawfinch irruption in Surrey for future publication in the Surrey Bird Report. As this is unlikely to see the light of day for a while, I thought it worthwhile making the first draft accessible, not only because it is still fresh in the minds of those who witnessed it, but also in the hope that there will be plenty more information forthcoming from observers who will hopefully read it. This is very much a first draft.

The Surrey Hawfinch irruption paper has been updated, with Wes Attridge's ringing data added. Please click on this link to download.


Chris Janman said…
Excellent Steve.
Steve Gale said…
Thanks Chris. That's praise indeed coming from Lord Hawfinch of Sussex!
Unknown said…
Hi, could you please point me in the direction of useful sites? This is a sp. I've only seen on the continent and whilst I'm down in the SE (next month) it'd be great to see it.

Cheers, Tim

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