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Grayling: Counts for the year 1993

 
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SiteInd
Portland Tout (Dcc)173...... 1. 35 41 26 27 22 7 4.
Durlston Country Park West3....... 1. 1 1....
Durlston Country Park East3............ 1 1 1..
Yarner Wood10......... 1 2 1. 1 2 1..
Coombe Bottom & St Boniface Down (Ventnor)10........ 1 1 2. 2 2....
Bonchurch Down16......... 6 2 2 4. 1 2..
Studland Heath40........... 1 1 6 12 9 3 5. 1..
Swanage6............... 2. 2.. 1..
Mottistone Down8............. 1. 2 4...
Tadnoll14............ 3 1 1 4 2...
Hengistbury HeadNI............. 1 3...
Avon Heath Country Park SouthNI 2.. 5 3 1 1 1..
Lullington Heath3................ 2. 1..
West Moors (Raoc)1232........... 15 67 84 275 197 183 153 107 4
Moors Valley1................ 1.
Pitts WoodNI............ 1. 2 5
Rodney Stoke3........ 1.......
Brentmoor Heath9................ 1 2 2 1. 3....
KenfigNI.......... 3 1
OxwichNI....... 2 5. 1. 1
SkomerNI......... 5.
Craig Y CilauNI...... 4 2
Minsmere28.......... 1 4 11 2.
Walberswick216.............. 45 37 38 28 30 19 9 7 3..
Weeting Heath20............. 12.. 1....
Dyfi4................. 1 1 1..
Holme Dunes96....... 1 8 11 21 39...
Holkham35.......... 7 5 8 4 2 1
Newborough Warren53............. 5 11 25 7 3 3..
Ainsdale Nnr217........... 18 34 28 36 21 10 4
Warton Crag Rspb9............. 1. 1 5..
Gait Barrows Nnr (Warden'S)53........... 7 10 12 8 3 3....
Witherslack Woods Lnr1.......... 1....
Murlough48........... 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4..
Lindisfarne52.......... 1. 9 7 8 7 3
Morton Lochs5................ 1 4.......
Tentsmuir Point134........... 12 35 27 26 18 9 3.. 1 3
Sands Of ForvieNI.... 6 8
Loch FleetNI... 4 9 78 80 55

 


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