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In the table below, the first 31 boxes are those erected by the bird-ringers, those with the prefix X were put up by Brian Lavers, a Countryside Restoration Trust volunteer with both the conservation and monitoring groups at the farm.

BOX SPECIES OUTCOME RINGER
1 Empty
2 Empty
3 Empty
4 Great tit 6 ringed David Griffin
5 Blue tit 6 cold eggs
6 Incomplete nest
7 Blue tit 11 ringed Mark Harris
8 Incomplete nest
9 Blue tit 9 ringed Mark Harris
10 Empty
11 Incomplete nest
12 Empty
13 Blue tit 7 ringed + 1 cold egg Brian Austin
14 Empty
15 Empty
16 Incomplete nest
17 Empty
18 Blue tit 9 ringed Brian Austin
19 Empty
20 Blue tit 9 ringed Brian Austin
21 Empty
22 Empty
23 Blue tit 6 ringed Brian Austin
24 Blue tit 8 ringed Mark Harris
25 Blue tit 6 ringed + 1 cold egg Brian Austin
26 Blue tit 9 ringed Mark Harris
27 Blue tit 9 ringed Brian Austin
28 Empty
29 Blue tit Nest predated
30 Empty
31 Blue tit 10 cold eggs
X1 Blue tit 1 ringed + 6 cold eggs Mark Harris
X2 Great tit 7 ringed Mark Harris
X3 Blue tit 10 ringed Mark Harris
X4 Blue tit 12 ringed David Griffin
X5 Empty
X6 Great tit 6 ringed Mark Harris
X7 Great tit 8 ringed David Griffin
X8 Blue tit 14 dead in box
X9 Blue tit 10 ringed David Griffin
X10 Great tit 8 ringed Mark Harris
X11 Great tit 5 ringed David Griffin
X12 Great tit 8 ringed Mark Harris
X13 Empty
TOTALS         BLUE TITS 107        GREAT TITS 48

In addition:

  • a Barn Owl nest box to the design of the Barn Owl Trust and mounted on a beech tree along the Wey Top Path was occupied by a pair of Manadarin but was abandoned after 12 eggs laid;
  • a nest box intended for Tawny Owl/Manadrin and mounted on a beech tree adjacent to the north bank of the River Wey remained empty.