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Grayling: Counts for the year 1991

 
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SiteInd
Yarner Wood27........... 4 2 3 2 6 4 5 1..
Coombe Bottom & St Boniface Down (Ventnor)9........ 1 1.. 4 2....
Studland Heath66............. 1. 3 16 22 7 9 7 1..
Mottistone Down87............... 2 14 24 22 13 7 4 1..
Tadnoll44......... 2 4 34..
Hengistbury Head13.......... 3 2 7....
West Moors (Raoc)2304........ 1 76 113 415 480 492 382 215 105 21 4
West Dean Wood2................. 1 1....
Rodney Stoke6............... 4 1.. 1....
Brentmoor Heath38............... 1 1. 8 4 9 8 6 1..
Oxwich6................ 3 3...
Skomer7... 2 1 1
Trench Wood1................. 1....
Minsmere35............ 1 8 11 7 3 3 1 1..
Walberswick31............... 3 3 9 6 2 5 2 1..
Weeting Heath46........... 20 8 2 2.....
Dyfi18............. 4 6 5 2. 1...
Holme DunesNI...... 7 3 12.....
Holkham38........ 5 11. 3 8 2 1...
Newborough Warren95....... 1. 4 32 24 10 13 6 3 2.
Ainsdale Nnr242............ 1 24 43 47 45 37 18 17 9 1
Warton Crag Lnr82....... 5 25 22 7 6 3 5 6 2 1.
Warton Crag Rspb3................ 3...
Leighton Moss2.............. 1 1....
Gait Barrows2............. 2......
Gait Barrows Nnr (Warden'S)37........ 1 7 8 6 6 5 1 2...
Murlough34......... 1 2 6 8 9 3. 1..
Lindisfarne227........... 1. 10 26 30 24 41 63 21 6 1
Taynish1............ 1......
Morton Lochs4............... 2 1 1.....
Tentsmuir Point252........ 5 2 7 39 52 32 32 20 23 30 5 4 1
Arienas Wood9......... 5....
St Cyrus24......... 4 13 1....
Sands Of Forvie181.. 3 18 40 29 28 17
Pollymore29....... 2 5 7 6 7 2....

 


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