Cuddington Vertebrate Watch 2017
A greenfinch and a bluetit on sunflower kernal feeder
Cuddington Vertebrate Watch Results 2016
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Vertebrate Watch 2015 – Take Part!
In May of the past four years we have carried out a successful Garden Vertebrate Watch during which people spent an hour looking out for mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians in their gardens, or on a piece of open ground nearby. We are building up a picture of Cuddington wildlife over the years and the results from this and previous years are available on this web site.
This year’s event will be during the weekend of May 16th to 17th.
This year we are not distributing leaflets to everyone but are looking for volunteers to take part. If you would like to be part of this year’s Vertebrate Watch, please contact Doug on email@example.com, or 01844 290602.
We particularly need new people from the Dadbrook end of the village.
River Thame – Things are Happening!
Cuddington Vertebrate Watch Results
Garden Watch Results!
Many thanks to the 16 households who completed and returned their Garden Watch forms in May. The results have now been collated and can be downloaded from here – the report is in PDF format .
The report divides the results into postcode areas and shows the number of sightings of each bird in each area, with the total on the right hand side.
We are also delighted that the Cuddington & Dinton C of E School took part, and 25 enthusiastic children submitted their forms completed in and around the churchyard. Their results have not been included in the main report as they were not gathered on the same day, but it is wonderful that young children are being inspired by their teacher in this way and I hope that we can build on this.