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Peacock: Counts for the year 1976

 
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SiteInd
Yarner Wood92 12 2 1........ 3 14 28 16 7... 2
Studland Heath14 2. 1 1...... 3 1 2 1....
Swanage8. 2 3........ 1. 1. 1.......
Kingley Vale68 4 1 2. 1... 8 20 5 11 1.. 3 3
Harting Down29... 1 10 5 4..... 2.
Old Winchester Hill12..... 3 4 1.... 1
Ham Street Woods34... 1....... 2 7. 7 1 2.. 4 6 3
Wye & Crundale Down3....... 1 2........
Ebbor Gorge41. 1 2.. 1.. 4 1 8 12 3. 2..
Avon Gorge (Old)157 9 2 4 2... 1 18 21 19 9 8 11 8.
Leigh Marshes13 3 1... 2 1. 1 2..... 1...
Oxwich58 1 4 3 5 6 3 2 1 1... 5 11 6 3 2.... 3
Brockwell'S Farm2....... 1.. 1....
Aston Rowant (N)27 1 1 1 1.... 3 21 1. 1.....
Aston Rowant (S)21....... 4 9... 2.
Buttlers Hanging20 4... 1... 2 4 2. 1.... 2
Waterperry Wood38..... 9 10 11 6 2...
Craig Y Cilau39... 1..... 1 9 12 5 7 3. 2.
FoxholesNI 8 2 1....
Potton Wood95 16 8 21. 6 3..... 3 16 5 1 1.....
Chippenham FenNI.. 2... 1 2.... 1...
Stow Longa38 3 3 7...... 3 5 5 1 7... 1 3
WalberswickNI 10. 3 2 1..... 4 3 4... 1....
Woodhurst4 1....... 2 1........
Bevill'S Wood48 6 5 1 1........ 9 9 4 1 6....
Monks Wood32 2 3 6 1 1. 1.... 1 4 6 4 2 1......
Monks Wood Fields3. 1.......... 1. 1......
Woodwalton Farm21 2 3 1....... 7 3 1....... 1
Holme Fen57 6 3 7 7 1 2 1.... 3 11 4....
Dyfi55... 2 4. 1..... 3 6 4 6 19 2 3 1 4.
Castor Hanglands32 4 1 7 2 1 1...... 1 1. 10...... 1
Bure MarshesNI 3 1.. 7 3 2. 3 4.
RhinogNI........ 1.
Coedydd MaentwrogNI 1...............
Holkham36 1. 2 2..... 16 6.. 6......
Rostherne MereNI 1.. 1... 1.........

 


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