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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 Fledged early, un-ringed
5 Empty
6 Empty
7 Blue tit 5 cold eggs and 6 fledged young ringed Mark Harris
8 Empty
9 Empty
10 Empty
11 Blue tit 7 young ringed Mark Harris
12 Blue tit 7 young ringed David Ross
13 Empty
14 Empty
15 Empty
16 Empty
17 Empty
18 Empty
19 Empty
20 Blue tit 10 ringed Mark Harris
21 Empty
22 Empty
23 Blue tit 4 ringed, 2 cold eggs Mark Harris
24 Blue tit 5 ringed Mark Harris
25 Empty
26 Blue tit 8 ringed Mark Harris
27 Blue tit 9 ringed Mark Harris
28 Blue tit 7 ringed and 4 cold eggs Mark Harris
29 Empty
30 Blue tit 10 ringed Mark Harris
31 Blue tit 8 cold eggs
X1 Blue tit 11 ringed Mark Harris
X2 Great tit 10 ringed Mark Harris
X3 Blue tit 11 ringed Charlotte Ross
X4 Great tit 2 ringed and 6 cold eggs Mark Harris
X5 Nuthatch 6 ringed Mark Harris, Nick Hadland & Charlotte Ross
X6 Great tit 10 ringed Mark Harris
X7 Great tit Young dead in box
X8 Blue tit 10 ringed Mark Harris
X9 Great tit 8 ringed Mark Harris
X10 Empty
X11 Great tit 8 ringed Mark Harris
X12 Great tit 5 ringed and 5 cold eggs Mark Harris
X13 Blue tit Nest failed
TOTALS         BLUE TITS 105    GREAT TITS 43    NUTHATCH 6

The nest box on Wey Top Path contained 4 young stock doves who were ringed, while the box on the north bank of the Wey contained another stock dove nest which had unfortunately been predated.

Nest box #24, home in 2010 and 2011 to blue tits, of which a total of 13 were ringed.