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Northern Brown Argus: Counts for the year 2007

 
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SiteInd
Threshfield, Long AshesNI. 5 15 7 1..
Warton Crag LnrNI...... 4 10 4 1.........
Warton Crag RspbNI...... 7. 2........
Warton Crag Lwt4........ 3.... 1........
Jack Scout Nt1............. 1..........
Heald Brow Nt2.......... 2.............
Field Of Dreams1....... 1..................
Leighton MossNI......... 2.........
Eaves Wood Nt15.......... 4 2. 2 2. 1 2.....
Arnside Knott Nt19...... 1 3 1 4 4 2.......
Yealand Hall Allotment6........ 4 1 1........
Heathwaite Nt12......... 3 2. 4. 1. 2....
Gait Barrows2..... 1.. 1.........
Lancelot Clark StorthNI..... 2 2 1 8 2. 2 1..
Gait Barrows Nnr (Warden'S)40...... 2. 1 1 3 7 6 6 2....
Scar Close NnrNI........ 1........
Hutton Roof CommonNI.... 1 1 1 1.....
Holme Park Fell2......... 2......
Beetham Fell3......... 2........
Latterbarrow Cwt3..... 1 2..........
Whitbarrow Nnr - Farrer'S Allotment8... 1 5 1.......
Lea Green Bastow WoodNI. 2 6........
Witherslack Hall Woods8....... 1 2 2.... 1....
Whitbarrow Nnr - WakebarrowNI.... 1.....
Whitbarrow Nnr - Hervey CwtNI 1 4 5 10 3 5 1
Whitbarrow - Howe Ridding Pnnr20...... 3 1 4 4 1 3......
Whitbarrow - Township Plantation48.......... 9 6 5 7 5 6 6 3 1....
Ballowfield Lnr1........ 1...........
Thrislington PlantationNI........ 3 8 25 28 18 16 2 1.. 1...
Bishop Middleham Quarry40....... 1 16 4 2 2 2........
Raisby Hill GrasslandNI..... 3. 2...
St. Abb'S Head8.... 2 1... 3....
Glen GirnaigNI.... 12. 4 1...
ClunesNI.............
Insh MarshesNI........... 1...

 


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