Lundy: East Sidelands and Jenny's Cove

Ordnance Survey Map Explorer 139

Arrive on the MS Oldenburg.


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The Birds of Lundy Tim Davis & Tim Jones

"This new book documents the birds of Lundy from the earliest fragments of historical information, through the first more detailed accounts of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, to the formation of the Lundy Field Society in 1946 and the instigation of regular ornithological recording that continues to this day.

Published jointly by Devon Bird Watching & Preservation Society and Lundy Field Society, the book will contain some 300 pages. In addition to a colour map of the island and 20 colour photographs of Lundy’s principal bird habitats and landscapes, the Systematic List will feature almost 100 line drawings by Devon wildlife artist, Mike Langman. Former Lundy warden and internationally renowned ornithologist Hugh Boyd has contributed the Foreword."

My Lundy List
  1. Mute Swan
  2. Whooper Swan
  3. White-fronted Goose
  4. Bean Goose
  5. Pink-footed Goose
  6. Greylag Goose
  7. Canada Goose
  8. Brent Goose
  9. Mallard
  10. Teal
  11. Green-winged Teal
  12. Scaup
  13. Tufted Duck
  14. Corncrake
  15. Great Northern Diver
  16. Fulmar
  17. Barolo's Shearwater
  18. Manx Shearwater
  19. Gannet
  20. Cormorant
  21. Shag
  22. Little Egret
  23. Grey Heron
  24. Red Kite
  25. Marsh Harrier
  26. Hen Harrier
  27. Buzzard
  28. Rough-legged Buzzard
  29. Sparrowhawk
  30. Kestrel
  31. Hobby
  32. Peregrine
  33. Merlin
  34. Water Rail
  35. Moorhen
  36. Oystercatcher
  37. Ringed Plover
  38. Golden Plover
  39. Lapwing
  40. Knot
  41. Turnstone
  42. Dunlin
  43. Curlew Sandpiper
  44. Bar-tailed Godwit
  45. Curlew
  46. Whimbrel
  47. Woodcock
  48. Snipe
  49. Jack Snipe
  50. Pectoral Sandpiper
  51. Great Skua
  52. Arctic Skua
  53. Black-headed Gull
  54. Common Gull
  55. Herring Gull
  56. Lesser Black-back
  57. Great Black-back
  58. Kittiwake
  59. Iceland Gull
  60. Sandwich Tern
  61. Puffin
  62. Black Guillemot
  63. Guillemot
  64. Razorbill
  65. Woodpigeon
  66. Collared Dove
  67. Turtle Dove
  68. Cuckoo
  69. Long-eared Owl
  70. Short-eared Owl
  71. Swift
  72. Alpine Swift
  73. Hoopoe
  74. Bee-eater
  75. Great Spotted Woodpecker
  76. Skylark
  77. Short-toed Lark
  78. Sand Martin
  79. Swallow
  80. House Martin
  81. Rock Pipit
  82. Meadow Pipit
  83. Pied Wagtail
    White Wagtail
  84. Yellow Wagtail
  85. Grey Wagtail
  86. Dunnock
  87. Robin
  88. Redstart
  89. Black Redstart
  90. Wheatear
  91. Whinchat
  92. Stonechat
  93. Song Thrush
  94. Mistle Thrush
  95. Redwing
  96. Fieldfare
  97. Blackbird
  98. Ring Ouzel
  99. Garden Warbler
  100. Blackcap
  101. Whitethroat
  102. Lesser Whitethroat
  103. Sedge Warbler
  104. Grasshopper Warbler
  105. Icterine Warbler
  106. Willow Warbler
  107. Chiffchaff
  108. Yellow-browed Warbler
  109. Goldcrest
  110. Wren
  111. Spotted Flycatcher
  112. Red-breasted Flycatcher
  113. Pied Flycatcher
  114. Great Tit
  115. Coal Tit
  116. Long-tailed Tit
  117. Red-backed Shrike
  118. Woodchat Shrike
  119. Jackdaw
  120. Chough
  121. Hooded Crow
  122. Carrion Crow
  123. Raven
  124. Starling
  125. Rose-coloured Starling
  126. House Sparrow
  127. Chaffinch
  128. Brambling
  129. Linnet
  130. Redpoll
  131. Goldfinch
  132. Greenfinch
  133. Siskin
  134. Bullfinch
  135. Trumpeter Finch
  136. Snow Bunting
Possibles (?) and...
Very dubious possibles (??)
  1. Black-necked Grebe?
  2. Little Auk?
A bird in the hand...
  1. Sub-Alpine Warbler r
Created 8/12/03
Last Modified 20/10/15