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Grayling: Counts for the year 1994

 
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SiteInd
Portland Broadcroft (Dbc)13....... 4. 2 2. 3 2..
Portland Tout (Dcc)162...... 1 22 25 58 27 2 1 3
Durlston Country Park West7........... 1 3. 1....
Yarner Wood17......... 1 8 3. 1. 1.
Coombe Bottom & St Boniface Down (Ventnor)2............ 1 1.......
Bonchurch Down8.......... 1 1 2 3....
Studland Heath45......... 1. 2 4 13 9 2 3
Mottistone Down6............. 1 2. 2...
Tadnoll48............. 5. 5 16 13 3 2..
Hengistbury Head18............. 1 8 3 1...
Higher Hyde Heath (Dtnc)21...... 8. 3 8 1....
Lullington Heath4................ 3 1....
West Moors (Raoc)1925......... 1 27 125 251 415 405 270 153 118 106 1
Porton Down8............. 8.......
Rodney Stoke1............. 1......
Brentmoor Heath4.................. 1. 2. 1...
Silchester Common31.... 1 4 10 4 4 2. 3.
Bowdown (Baynes/Bomb Site)2............ 1.. 1..
OxwichNI..... 4 3 3 5 1..
Craig Y CilauNI....... 6
Walberswick31............ 12 3 1 14. 1.....
Weeting Heath16........ 1 4 8. 1 1....
Ynys Hir3.................. 2 1.....
Holme Dunes93........ 12 18 33 16 6 6 1..
HolkhamNI....... 2 2 1 1.
Newborough Warren30........... 1 7 8 5 4 2 3..
Ainsdale Nnr118........... 2 28 21 20 14 3 1
Warton Crag Lnr30...... 2 3 5 6 11 1...
Warton Crag Rspb15...... 1... 1.... 13.....
Leighton Moss11............... 2 4 4. 1...
Gait Barrows Nnr (Warden'S)65............ 11 9 13 11 16 10. 1....
Murlough45............ 3 12 11 8 6 2 1 1 1
Killard Point15............. 6 4.
Lindisfarne22....... 8 4 4 1..
Morton Lochs1............... 1..
Tentsmuir Point152........ 19 23 57 18 18 10 7.
Arienas Wood1...... 1
St Cyrus4......... 1 1 1... 1..
Sands Of Forvie66... 15 17 8 6

 


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