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United Kingdom
David Guard
12
Hokkaido
Japan
David Hallman
Birding since November 2012. Excited to get involved with such a great pastime. A resident of Japan and South Korea for many years, currently based in Sapporo, Hokkaido.
3
Somerset
United Kingdom
David Horlick
Started my bird lists on 1.1.1987 - but carried forward a Buff-breasted Sandpiper from 1986. Most birding is within a short drive of Portishead these days; although the south coast beckons occasionally now petrol is a bit cheaper.
Prefer to spend time on Walton Common during the summer (Butterflies and Plants) where I am volunteer warden for this Avon Wildlife Trust reserve.
3
United Kingdom
David Hudson
6
kent
United Kingdom
David Hudson
1
conwy
United Kingdom
David Hughes
2
Yorkshire
United Kingdom
David Hunter
7
west yorkshire
United Kingdom
David Hunton
10
Ayrshire
United Kingdom
David Johnstone
Keen birder from Scotland started birding seriously in 2005
15
East Lothian
United Kingdom
David Kelly
14
Tennessee
United States of America
David Kirschke
2
Gloucestershire
United Kingdom
David Knowles
Avid wildlife watcher and photographer
1
Essex
United Kingdom
David Lee
A retired teacher who searches for interesting birds in south east England.
10
Warwickshire
United Kingdom
David Ludlow
7
Merseyside
United Kingdom
David McCulley
I took up birdwatching in November 2014 after a friend took me out one afternoon. Since then I have become hooked along with wildlife photography.
7
Norfolk
United Kingdom
David Moon
Not interested in chasing around the country just to get a tick. There's nothing like walking the countryside and just when you least expect it you find something to make your day - and you often do if you just take the time to stand still and enjoy.
3
Cambridgeshire
United Kingdom
David Nation
Started my list from scratch in 1998 and began twitching in 1999. Unfortunately I don't get as much time birding as I would like. I am currently studying for a Sports Science degree which takes up a lot of my time. Lived in Cambridgeshire for 4 years now and find the local birdwatchers to be very friendly and helpful.
5
West Midlands
United Kingdom
David Nicholls
Very new birder, 22 years old, still finding my feet but would one day love to emulate the scales seen on this site.
1
West Midlands
United Kingdom
David Nicholls
Amateur Birdwatcher with limited time to endulge these days. Spend most of my time around the Midlands but enjoy UK hols to birding hotspots.
1
Norfolk
United Kingdom
David Norgate
1
United Kingdom
David Ousey
1
Warwickshire
United Kingdom
David Parker
3
Shropshire
United Kingdom
David Pinner
18
East Sussex
United Kingdom
David Potter
I like to think that I'm half decent birder but still get caught out by iffy gulls and dodgey ducks. I am a self-employed quizzes writer and as such can manage to get out a couple of times a week usually in and around East and West Sussex.
1
Arizona
United States of America
David Powell
4
United Kingdom
David Pritchard
17
Norfolk
United Kingdom
David Roche
Patch birder with a preference for self finds and visible migration
6
United Kingdom
David Roche
3
Norfolk
United Kingdom
David Rose
2
United Kingdom
David Rose
8
United Kingdom
David Ruggie
1
Hampshire
United Kingdom
David Ryves
3
West Midlands
United Kingdom
David Scott
I first became interested in birds when I spotted a nuthatch in my garden several years ago. Having learned to identify the more common garden birds, I began heading out into the countryside near Wythall where I live to see what I could find.

A chance encounter with a group of birders in Devon four or five years ago opened my eyes to the world of waders and seabirds, but it was a trip to Islay in May 2006 that prompted me to get some decent binoculars and a scope, and to start listing the species I had seen.

Although not immune to the odd twitch, I try to avoid chasing totals and instead concentrate on honing my birding skills and enjoying the simple pleasures of being out in the field.

In 2008 I set up Worcestershire Source, a free reference point for bird sightings in the county of Worcestershire, which I now run with the help of my good friend Kay Donaghy. I also have a blog called Eye To The Telescope, where I write about my birding adventures.
4
Lancashire
United Kingdom
David Shallcross
Birding for over 60 years, actively involved in local and national conservation. Chair of LOS www.leighos.org.uk
5
CAMBS
United Kingdom
David Sinclair
11
Northumberland
United Kingdom
David Southern
2
Devon
United Kingdom
David Stone
Been birding since 1985 found the 8th Greater Sandplover for Britain at Dawlish Warren & one of the three to get there names on the Long-Billed Murrelet agian at Dawlish Warren
31
Suffolk
United Kingdom
David Tomlinson
Lifelong birdwatcher and professional writer on wildlife and countryside subjects. Have organised and led birdwatching tours for my own company, Gourmet Birds, since 1984. Travels in search of birds have taken me to every continent except Antarctica, and I have travelled extensively throughout Europe.
2
TN
United States of America
David Trently
I have been birding seriously since about 1994. A few years ago I started Avian Pursuits Nature Tours to lead birders around the world to help them see so many of the wonderful birds of the world.
1
east yorks
United Kingdom
david tucker
1
United Kingdom
David Viles
3
Hampshire
United Kingdom
David Wallace
Teacher, musician and keen Hampshire birder
2
Northumberland
United Kingdom
David Williams
9
Anglesey
United Kingdom
David Wright
1
Norfolk
United Kingdom
Dawn Balmer
Been birding since a very early age in Shropshire. Three years in Plymouth in the late 1980s were great for birding. Since 1992 I've lived in Thetford and worked at BTO, currently as the Atlas Coordinator.
3
Hertfordshire
United Kingdom
Dawn Goldspring
1
west yorkshire
United Kingdom
Dawn Pearce
1
Staffordshire
United Kingdom
Dean Powell
1
Essex
United Kingdom
Dean Smith ( Essex )
I will add some profile details in the near future.
2
Glamorgan
United Kingdom
Dean Tabor
3
United Kingdom
Deb Cammish
2
USA
United Kingdom
Debbie Becker
1
Kirknewton
United Kingdom
Debbie Grant
4
Essex
United Kingdom
Debbie Hardie
Birding for two years so complete novice
4
Arkansas
United States of America
Deborah Cohen
4
Devon
United Kingdom
Debs Rylands
6
United Kingdom
Declan Savage
6
Nova Scotia
Canada
Deloris Anderson
I love nature and recently started taking some photographs of birds and water foul in my area.This is a good birding place that is in line with migration.
1
Brest region
Belarus
Denis Kitel
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3
Essex
United Kingdom
Dennis Pryor
1
Warwickshire
United Kingdom
Dennis Woodward
11
Florida
United States of America
Derek Bibber
My wife and I are avid photographer of raptors. Studying migration patterns and eco-system of raptors in Europe and United States (when visiting the Western World).
2
Hawaii
United States of America
Derek C
2
United Kingdom
Derek Charlton
Durham Bird Club member.
10
East Sussex
United Kingdom
derek crawley
Getting a bit long in the tooth and my trip to Brazil in 2006 might be my last adventure of that nature. [I said 'might'] So my activity is almost exclusively limited to East Sussex - which is not a bad area to concentrate on. I am a licensed ringer but I have scaled down my actiivity in this field too.
2
Derbyshire
United Kingdom
Derek Golson
3
United Kingdom
Derek Green
2
Cornwall
United Kingdom
Derek Julian
7
Tyne and Wear
United Kingdom
Derek Lawrence
3
United Kingdom
Derek Moore
Birding since the 1950's. Born in Suffolk and lived in East Anglia until 2001. Now resident in West Wales as well as the South of France. Held many voluteer posts in ornithology, former professional with the Wildlife Trusts and awarded the OBE for services to nature conservation. Retired and currently Chairman of the Welsh Ornithological Society. Has watched birds on all continents except Antarctica.
71
west midlands
United Kingdom
derek mowbray
1
Yorkshire
United Kingdom
Derick Elvidge
Keen Birder and Photographer since 1983
Travelled around Britain Twitching in the earlier years, not so much now with the cost of petrol
Isles of Scilly is my favourite Birding location
Swillington Ings, Yorkshire is my Local Patch
8
United Kingdom
Derick Evans
Watching and enjoying birds in ther Idle Valley for 5o years.
Sadly I have been a real Twitcher for about 25 years now with only the odd mega tempting me before that.
As my list has grown and the annual twithces get less, I have found more time to get more involved with my local reserve. The Idle Valley NR. and also doing survey work for the National Trust..
2
Galway
Ireland
Dermot Breen
6
Hampshire
United Kingdom
Dermott Murphy
Casual birder
1
British Columbia
Canada
Derrick Marven
I've been birding for 50 years both in England and Canada. I started my birding at Rye House, Herts
5
Lecestershire
United Kingdom
Deryck Boot
3
Dublin
Ireland
Des Higgins
11
United Kingdom
Des Jennings
1