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London Bird Report 2014

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This issue of the London Bird Report includes a paper about the Peregrine Falcon in Central London, details of only the third ever record of Blyth’s Reed Warbler in London and a study of the influx of Great Skuas in London in October 2014.

Introduction and Acknowledgements: Pete Lambert

Review of the Year: Nick Rutter

Birds of the London Area

A summary of the status of all the birds that were reported in London in 2014.

Ringing Report: Paul Roper

The Breeding Bird Survey in London: Ian Woodward

The Peregrine Falcon in Inner London: David Johnson

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Blyth’s Reed Warbler at Wanstead Flats, June 29th 2014: Nick Croft

Changes to the London Area List and Published Rarities: Andrew Self

The Bonxie Influx in London in October 2014: Andrew Moon

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Reminiscences of a London Birder: Andrew Moon

The Birds of The Warren, Bexleyheath, 1988-2014: Andrew S. Waller

A Breeding Bird Survey of Barnes Common and Putney Lower Common: Jan Wilczur

Checklist of Birds of the London Area and Guide to Contributors of Records

 

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