SBRC list 2017

SBRC List 2017

Egyptian Goose © Roger Riddington

Egyptian Goose © Roger Riddington

 

Black-winged Stilt and Red-flanked Bluetail to be added to the SBRC List.

Egyptian Goose, Ferruginous Duck and Glossy Ibis to be removed from the SBRC List.

Blyth’s Reed Warbler remains on the SBRC list, but with local assessment in Shetland and Fair Isle.

All these changes are from 1 January 2017.

• LESSER SCAUP
• WHITE-BILLED DIVER§
• CORY’S SHEARWATER
• GREAT SHEARWATER††
• WILSON’S PETREL
• NIGHT-HERON
• CATTLE EGRET
• PURPLE HERON
• BLACK KITE
• MONTAGU’S HARRIER
• RED-FOOTED FALCON
• STONE-CURLEW
• BLACK-WINGED STILT
• KENTISH PLOVER
• WHITE-RUMPED SANDPIPER
• YELLOW-LEGGED GULL
• CASPIAN GULL
• WHITE-WINGED BLACK TERN
• ALPINE SWIFT
• LESSER SPOTTED WOODPECKER
• WOODCHAT SHRIKE
• SHORT-TOED LARK†
• WOODLARK
• RED-RUMPED SWALLOW
• CETTI’S WARBLER
• GREENISH WARBLER†
• RADDE’S WARBLER
• DUSKY WARBLER†
• DARTFORD WARBLER
• SUBALPINE WARBLER†^
• MELODIOUS WARBLER
• BLYTH’S REED WARBLER§§
• MARSH WARBLER†
• NIGHTINGALE (megarhynchos)†*
• RED-FLANKED BLUETAIL
• CITRINE WAGTAIL
• OLIVE-BACKED PIPIT†
• SERIN
• ARCTIC REDPOLL† ^
• SCOTTISH CROSSBILL**
• PARROT CROSSBILL**
• CIRL BUNTING
• ORTOLAN BUNTING†
• LITTLE BUNTING†

† Records of these species may be assessed locally in Shetland, Fair Isle and Orkney.

†† Records of this species may be assessed locally in the Outer Hebrides (Western Isles).

§ Records of this species may be assessed locally in Shetland and the Outer Hebrides (Western Isles).

§ § Records of this species may be assessed locally in Shetland and Fair Isle.

* Only this subspecies (or birds not identified to any particular subspecies) is considered by SBRC or local committees. Other subspecies are assessed by British Birds Records Committee (BBRC).

** Considered by SBRC if outside core range (see Identification of Scottish and Parrot Crossbills).

^ Only birds not identified to any particular subspecies are considered by SBRC or local committees. Birds identified to subspecies are assessed by the British Birds Records Committee (BBRC).