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Greater London
United Kingdom
Finn Harrigan
Masters student at Kew Gardens studying Plant and Fungal Taxonomy, Diversity and Conservation
1
Warwickshire
United Kingdom
Foster Cooper
1
United Kingdom
Gabriella Lockwood
1
United Kingdom
Gareth Hughes
1
United Kingdom
Garry Nobbs
1
Essex
United Kingdom
Gary Gardiner
Enjoy local patchwork and twitch occasionally.
1
Orkney
United Kingdom
Gavin Woodbridge
1
United Kingdom
George Croucher
2
Sussex
United Kingdom
Graeme Lyons
I have been studying natural history for some 35 years, 23 in a professional capacity. I am now a freelance entomologist/ecologist based in the south east after working for wildlife charities for nearly 20 years. I am the county recorder for Heteroptera and spiders in both Sussex counties. My main areas of interest are spiders, bugs, beetles, bees, moths, rock-pooling etc and a lot of my spare time is spent in the field. I manage a database of over quarter of a million records, have been a driving force in the PSL community from the start, involved with both websites, the Facebook group and I'm currently writing a book on it all.
3
United Kingdom
Graham Healey
1
United Kingdom
Graham J.Ryland
1
Leicestershire
United Kingdom
Graham Smith
Early career entomologist, most interested in Aculeates!
1
Shropshire
United Kingdom
Harry Beaman
1
Cheshire
United Kingdom
Harry Fox
1
Yorkshire
United Kingdom
Harry Witts
1
United Kingdom
Henry Cook
1
Lancashire
United Kingdom
Holly Page
1
Isle of Wight
United Kingdom
Iain Outlaw
11/06/2024. Garden list 1838
1
Scotland
United Kingdom
Ian Broadbent
Founder member of BUBO with Messrs. Musgrove, Prince, Lawlor and Fuller. Still trying to find a mega at my local patch, Inchgarth Reservoir (Aberdeen), where a biggie is long overdue, but 2008 patch ticks included Hobby, Barn Owl, Shelduck, R-T Diver and Canada Goose! Family and molecular biology commitments preclude excessive twitching but recent UK additions include White-crowned Sparrow, Audouin's Gull, Cretzschmar's Bunting, Steppe Grey Shrike and Glaucous-winged Gull.
2
Cleveland
United Kingdom
Ian Kendall
1
Oxfordshire
United Kingdom
Ian Sherriffs
2
London
United Kingdom
Ian Strickland
2
United Kingdom
Jac French
Birder, Twitcher, passionate about Seawatching, loves nature overall and especially good with ducks.
1
Northumberland
United Kingdom
Jack Bucknall
28, Northumberland Birder, mainly patch and county birding but like the odd twitch...
1
United Kingdom
Jacob Everitt
1
United Kingdom
Jacques Turner-Moss
1
James Beaumont
Birder, Zoology student at University of Exeter, star of #BadLuckBirder
1
Leicestershire
United Kingdom
James Bloor
she's my daughter
1
United Kingdom
James Cannon
Birding since childhood, new to listing.
Formal listing and record keeping began on 16 Jun 2022.
Instagram: @through_my_scope
eBird: jamsydodger
1
WEST SUSSEX
United Kingdom
James Chisnall
1
Northumberland
United Kingdom
James Common
2
Norfolk
United Kingdom
James Emerson
I'm a Norwich based birder and all-round naturalist, predominantly recording in Norfolk but occasionally elsewhere in Britain. My local patch is Whitlingham Country Park. Aside from birds my main interests include butterflies, fungi and hemiptera. I'm currently the Norfolk county recorder for Psylloidae.
3
United Kingdom
James Harding-Morris
1
James Organ
1
Essex
United Kingdom
Jeremy Hurley
I am 60 (something) and unashamedly a diehard birder. My father cultivated an interest in all things pertaining to the natural world, particularly birds, from early childhood. My initial discoveries, from flowers to butterflies, were logged in I-Spy books. I also started to keep a personal diary of my ornithological observations from aged 11. Curiosity was converted to a life long avian passion when I saw a family of Redstarts in a local wood. I did not have a proper field guide then and identified the species from looking through a Brook Bond tea card album! I thought (and still do) that the male was the most beautiful of British birds. My ornithological "apprenticeship" developed steadily, through field excursions; family holidays; local patch coverage; census work; submitting my sightings to various bird reports. My first successful rarity "twitch" was a Solitary Sandpiper in my home county of Essex during 1974. With Greater Yellowlegs and Sociable Plover the following year, rarity chasing, from Shetland to Scilly, has continued apace ever since. More recently, I have done a lot more birding globally, particularly in the Far East.
1
Essex
United Kingdom
Jerry Lanfear
Lifelong, but still intermediate level birder, more recently expanded to Pan-listing. Never cease to be amazed what can be discovered within walking distance of home.
3
Dorset
United Kingdom
Jessica Evans
1
United Kingdom
Jim Swalwell
1
United Kingdom
Jo Lawrence
1
West Yorkshire
United Kingdom
Joe Woods
1
East Yorkshire
United Kingdom
John Conlin-Hulme
Long-time birder, but brand new PSLer as of late 2023, historical ticks where I know about them (photos, notes etc.).

Seen many more species, but unless I can find evidence for dates - I'll have to refind them!
9
Guernsey
John Horton
1
Shropshire
United Kingdom
John Lyden
Semi-retired Biology teacher and amateur naturalist
1
Norfolk
United Kingdom
John Marchant
Ever since I bought my first bins in 1967, my focus has been volunteer surveys - by which ordinary observations, almost useless on their own, become priceless when combined on the wider scale. For 43 years I worked as a survey organiser for BTO and am now simply a volunteer again. Twitching fits around my survey and ringing activities. I'm most interested in my British lists by month.
2
Avon
United Kingdom
John Martin
Remember a Waxwing in our Newcastle-under-Lyme garden in what must have been the 1970 invasion. Been keeping birding notes obsessively since 1974, twitching regularly since autumn of 1979 (but not heavy metal Northern Isles stuff) but now mainly local birding around Avon where somehow ended up as bird recorder. Plants and insects a major summer distraction.
1
West Midlands
United Kingdom
John Packer
1
Hampshire
United Kingdom
John Poland
3
Kent
United Kingdom
John Reeves
3
Essex
United Kingdom
Jon Clark
1
Staffordshire
United Kingdom
Jonathan Hutchins
Librarian, classical music aficionado and intermittent birder (with surely the lowest British list of anyone who started in 1968)
2
South Yorkshire
United Kingdom
Joseph Margetts
1
Hampshire
United Kingdom
Josie Hewitt
1
Yorkshire
United Kingdom
Julian Small
1
Somerset
United Kingdom
Julian Thomas
1
Durham
United Kingdom
Julie Mason
Starting birding when I was 6 and could hold a pair of binoculars. Also a general naturalist enjoying Butterflies, Moths, Mammals and general Insects too. Started recording moths in 2010 primarily in VC66 and also more recently in VC60 too. Being able to appreciate and enjoy being in the natural world is special. After starting to compile my list I realised my British birds needs some work after focusing on my Western Palaeacrtic life list.
1
Shetland
United Kingdom
Julie Redpath
That's my UK life list as much up to date as I can! I bird predominately in Shetland, but grab any chance I can to visit the rest of the UK. Always have my binos with me.
1
United Kingdom
Kev Roy
1
United Kingdom
Kevin Rylands
5
United Kingdom
Kian Hayles-Cotton
1
Greater Manchester
United Kingdom
Kristian Wade
1
West Midlands
United Kingdom
Lee Johnson
1
United Kingdom
Levi Gravett
2
United Kingdom
Liam Andrews
1
Oxfordshire
United Kingdom
Lisa Phipps
1
Staffordshire
United Kingdom
Lisa Williams
Wildlife enthusiast, aerialist, music lover, scientist, photographer, nature girl, RSPB, Bumblebee Conservation and Wildlife Trust volunteer.
2
Shetland
United Kingdom
Logan Johnson
Avid young birder and twitcher located in the Shetland Isles
1
United Kingdom
Louis Parkerson
1
United Kingdom
Maico Weites
1
United Kingdom
Malcolm Hawkes
1
Norfolk
United Kingdom
Marilyn Abdulla
Still a work in progress! I have been though a lot of old notebooks and spreadsheets, but looking at my target list there are still plenty to add!
2