Birds in Northumbria
Tyneside Bird Club., 1992 - Ornithology
This report includes records sent in by individual members of both the Tyneside Bird Club and the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
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The Nightjar Breeding Survey 1992
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adult April Arcot Pond arrivals August Autumn passage Bamburgh Big Waters birds ringed Blyth breeding areas breeding season Breeding was confirmed broods Budle Bay Caistron coast coastal localities Colt Crag common breeding species common breeding summer Coquet Island Cresswell Pond December Derwent Druridge Bay Druridge Pools Farne Islands February final quarter five fledged flew flocks four Gosforth Park Grebe Grindon Grindon Lough Gull Hallington Hauxley Hauxley Reserve Holy Island Holywell Pond influx January July June juvenile Kielder Ladyburn Ladyburn Lake largest late Lindisfarne Long Nanny Burn male March movement nest Newbiggin North Shields November numbers Numbers increased occurred October one-four one-three one-two Ordley pairs bred passage and winter Post-breeding gatherings reported return passage roost Seaton Sluice seen September singles Spring passage St Mary's Island summer and passage Tyne Tynemouth uncommon passage visitor Wallsend Wallsend Swallow Pond Warbler well-represented breeding species well-represented passage Whittle Dene widespread localities winter visitor young