PSL Listers

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United Kingdom
Adam Parker
1
United Kingdom
Adrian Knowles
1
Highland
United Kingdom
Al McNee
1
United Kingdom
Alan Wright
1
Orkney
United Kingdom
Alastair Forsyth
I've been birding since about age 6 and am now rather older than that. I started my "real" birding in Suffolk during family holidays when I went to proper birding places, like Minsmere, as opposed to watching in my granny's back garden in Surrey (full of Turtle Doves in those days). I then graduated to Dungeness where I spent many a happy (and slightly hung-over) a day. Having lived and been birding in Yorkshire for 21 years I moved to Orkney in August 2009 - ambition a self-found list of 300.
1
United Kingdom
Alex Cropper
1
East Sussex
United Kingdom
Alex Worsley
2
fife
United Kingdom
Ali Shuttleworth
Briefly birder, then bryophyte-er, then fungi-er, then ...

Started PSL as cataloguing my local patch (Cullaloe LNR) before taking it further afield. Still get a nosebleed outside VC85.
2
United Kingdom
Amy Layton
2
Vale of Glamorgan
United Kingdom
Amy Schwartz
1
Essex
United Kingdom
Andrew Jewels
1
London
United Kingdom
Andrew McCafferty
Keen birder since 1994 or thereabouts, still quite a few signficant gaps in my UK list, but it's fun plugging them in slowly. Not averse to the odd twitch, as long as it's not too far away!
1
Greater London
United Kingdom
Andrew Thomas
1
Norfolk
United Kingdom
Andy Brown
1
United Kingdom
Andy Clements
I am the current CEO of BTO. A birder since the age of 7, with note-taking and specialist trips starting in 1971. Late onto the world scene, I'm never going to be a big world-lister, but now choosing a 'bucket-list' of 50 most desirable species world-wide. British, Self-found British and Norfolk lists all relatively important.
1
United Kingdom
Andy James
1
Guernsey
Andy Marquis
1
Kent
United Kingdom
Andy Millar
I don't twitch outside Kent these days, unless I am in Dorset, then I don't twitch outside Dorset.

Interested in Birds, Moths and Mammals anywhere really.

Not particularly fussed about a BOU life list, but keener on my Kent list and seeing new species abroad.
1
Norfolk
United Kingdom
Andy Musgrove
Joint architect of BUBO Listing with Mike Prince. Originally from Leeds, spent six years in Bristol, a couple of years in Cornwall and have lived in Norfolk since 1996. Worked 25 years at BTO, but now a freelance ecologist specialising in invertebrate surveys. In spare time (hah!) I can mostly be found bug-bothering in south Norfolk.
2
Fife
United Kingdom
Angus Jennings
1
United Kingdom
Anthony Wetherhill
1
Scotland
United Kingdom
Audrey Turner
Butterfly recorder for VC95, Moray. Scottish GMS co-ordinator and database manager. Active in Butterfly Conservation Highland Branch and Inverness Botany Group. I record all species I can identify - if we don't know where it is, we can't conserve it!
2
Essex
United Kingdom
Ben Mapp
Started birding in 2009 aged 6 and slowly branching out into 'other stuff'.
1
Surrey
United Kingdom
Billy Dykes
A young birder from the Surrey/London border.
1
Scotland
United Kingdom
Brian Allan
1
Lincolnshire
United Kingdom
Brian Hedley
Was an Ecological Consultant based in Lincolnshire but now a freelance ecological surveyor (mainly birds, botany and badgers). Not a twitcher, much prefer finding my own local good birds. Local patch: Trent Port area, Marton, Lincs.
1
Carrickmacross
Ireland
Brian McCloskey
Keen birder with a real interest in Irish listing and Western Palearctic birds.
1
United Kingdom
Brian Minshull
Lapsed birder and traveller!
1
Brian Porter
1
Norfolk
United Kingdom
Brian Smith
1
Cambridgeshire
United Kingdom
Brian Stone
1
Ayrshire
United Kingdom
Bruce Kerr
Been birding since 1977 ,used to be BTO RR Ayrshire,and name listed in 88-91 new atlas of breeding birds on page 9.Spend a lot of time in North-east England,and local patching,only the odd twitch.Life list for Britain 339.
1
Berkshire
United Kingdom
Carl Bradshaw
1
Cambridgeshire
United Kingdom
Carlos Davies
1
United Kingdom
Cathy Honey
1
United Kingdom
Charles Gunn
1
North Yorkshire
United Kingdom
Chris Bradshaw
1
East Sussex
United Kingdom
Chris Chapman
2
West sussex
United Kingdom
Chris Glanfield
Birderholic
1
Somerset
United Kingdom
Chris Griffin
1
North Yorkshire
United Kingdom
Chris Rymer
1
London
United Kingdom
Chris Wilkinson
1
Wales
United Kingdom
Christian Owen
I'm someone with several mental health issues, including a personality disorder. Natural History/recording/listing etc., really helps to level my mind.

PSL has helped me to enhance my Natural History skills, it gave me the push to look at groups i would have generally ignored. In doing so, i have found several new species to science, and a number of new for Britain's...all from my little corner of Wales. :)
2
Somerset
United Kingdom
Conor Boakes
1
yorkshire
United Kingdom
Craig Barber
1
United Kingdom
Dan Burt
1
United Kingdom
Dan Mcgibbon
1
Lincolnshire
United Kingdom
Daniel Wade
3rd year university student studying BSc Ecology and Wildlife Conservation. C permit Bird Ringer. Place to record the few lists I keep.
1
Cornwall
United Kingdom
Danny Cooper
Well I have been birding since I gained enough strength in my arms to raise a pair of bins, I look at every thing Birds, Mammals, Butterflies, Moths, Reptiles, Beetles, Women, Amphibians and any thing I can get my hands on. I am based in Surrey but travel any where I can to see it all, my other interests are Birds, Mammals, Butte...only joking....music, history, photography, films and adventure.
2
United Kingdom
Darren Pearce
1
Norfolk
United Kingdom
Dave Appleton
1
United Kingdom
Dave Dack
1
Staffordshire
United Kingdom
Dave Emley
1
Somerset
United Kingdom
Dave Helliar
1
BUCKS/OXON
United Kingdom
Dave Horton
Have been twitching in the UK since 1976 and globally since 2001. Most birding trips abroad are out of season due to the work constraints of teaching which means that holidays dates are not flexible.
1
Hampshire
United Kingdom
Dave Pearson
1
Essex
United Kingdom
David Cousins
Started panlisting properly on January 1st 2024 with exactly 2000 species. Started birding in 2001 when I was 15, and that was it for 15 years until moths took over my whole life. Now trying to identify any bycatch to my garden moth trap. All good fun.
1
Bucks
United Kingdom
David Ferguson
2
Norfolk
United Kingdom
David Martin
1
Cheshire
United Kingdom
David Robinson
1
Hampshire
United Kingdom
David Ryves
1
United Kingdom
Derek Charlton
1
United Kingdom
Duerden Cormack
Gloucestershire naturalist now based in Cambridgeshire monitoring the wildlife of RSPB Hope Farm.
1
United Kingdom
Ed Pritchard
1
United Kingdom
Elizabeth Price
1
United Kingdom
Esmond Brown
1
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.
2
United Kingdom
Graham J.Ryland
1