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Hampshire
United Kingdom
Catherine Dummer
A fun loving bird watcher: here to have fun!
2
Cheshire
United Kingdom
Catherine Lawless
Setting myself a challenge of 120 birds in January and see how I go...saw my first gold finich yesterday and now want to seek out more rare species and make a greater effort to go to different sites and enjoy more of the UK countryside.
1
Sussex
United Kingdom
Cathy Bush
Hot, young and bird-mad
2
PA
United States of America
Chad Kauffman
1
Karnataka
India
Chandra S Bandi
2
IL
United States of America
Charles Cummings
1
Charles Harper
A birder since childhood, I have assiduously avoided learning anything at all about Phylloscopus warblers over the last 50 years.
32
East Sussex
United Kingdom
Charles Jennings
Keen Bird watcher taught by my dad. seen a view highlights. love photography. and my favourite bird is a Stellar Sea Eagle
2
Staffordshire
United Kingdom
Charles Sargent
11
ID
United States of America
Charles Swift
4
Essex
United Kingdom
Charlie Clark
8
United Kingdom
Charlie Jackson
1
United Kingdom
Charlie Moores
A birding, blogging airline cabin crew member.
1
AL
United States of America
Charlie Weaver
3
Pennsylvania
United States of America
Charlotte Naas
I just began birding about a year ago.
2
Norfolk
United Kingdom
Charlotte Tuffnell
4
United Kingdom
Chas Holt
1
beijing
China
Chen Liang
5
Arkansas
United States of America
Cheryl Childers
The world of birding came upon me gradually, beginning as early as I can remember listening to and imitating the calls of Cardinals in the backyard. As a child I remember paging through a dusty old field guide in amazement at all the colors and varieties of birds. Family camping trips with my birdwatching relatives fueled the slow burning ember. At about age 18 I purchased a field guide for my Dad who was wanting to start a new hobby. I couldn't put the book down. I absorbed everything I could read. I happily identified birds in my backyard and on my many outdoor hikes and fishing trips with my family. Fate brought a birding mentor into my life who introduced me to a whole other side to this hobby. My first Big Day brought me 70+ life birds, fanning the flame into a blaze. I have been passionate about birding ever since. I've traipsed through chigger-infested grass, climbed the bluffs of the Ozarks, gotten stuck tire-deep in the mud of the Arkansas river bottoms, and have ventured to Florida, Wisconsin, and Arizona with many states in between to bird with my sister and cousin. I look forward to this lifelong passion that will bring many more adventures.
2
Western Australia
Australia
Cheryl Davis
Having enjoyed birding on and off throughout most of my life in the UK, I moved to Western Australia in May 2009, and am slowly trying to get to know the birds here.
8
Maharashtra
India
Chinmay Rahane
6
Alberta
Canada
Chinthaka Kaluthota
7
Kent
United Kingdom
Chris Allen
12
United Kingdom
Chris Allen
1
United Kingdom
Chris Attewell
1
Dumfries and Galloway
United Kingdom
Chris Baines
Birding for 40yrs having lived in Norfolk and Suffolk origionally from Lancs, and now living in Scotland, also trying my hand at photography.........say no more!.
9
Lancashire
United Kingdom
Chris Batty
7
United Kingdom
Chris Beach
I have been a Herts birder all my life, when I started out in the early 1980’s birds like willow tit, tree sparrow, hawfinch were all fairly common occurrences. I practiced my craft on my local patch which covered Welwyn, The Ayots, Sherrardspark Wood, Brocket Park, Symondshyde Farm, Waterend & Blackbridge. I did it the hard way & with Bill Oddie's Little Black Bird Book as my bible I perfected my field skills & learnt my common birds. Something which is a bit of a rarity these days, I tend to come across people who really don’t have a clue. For a while I strayed into twitching & to be honest I kind of enjoyed it but, as the crowds turned from hardcore barbour wearing birders to bird flushing, tick hungry duffers I moved away from that scene. Did manage to get over 400 though. I do still dabble from time to time but generally with the long stayers so when I go there is normally no one else around. In the mid 1990’s I put the bins down & gave up birding for a few years, I blame alcohol & woman for that or at least my weakness towards them. Since my return, I haven’t looked back & to be frank I don’t think it ever really left me, once a birder always a birder.
3
County Durham
United Kingdom
Chris Bell
6
East Sussex
United Kingdom
Chris Blair
1
North Yorkshire
United Kingdom
Chris Bradshaw
6
Staffordshire
United Kingdom
Chris Bromley
2
Berks
United Kingdom
Chris Burch
7
United Kingdom
Chris Calow
3
Cardiff
United Kingdom
Chris Chalklin
1
Dorset
United Kingdom
Chris Chapleo
3
East Sussex
United Kingdom
Chris Chapman
1
south carolina
United States of America
Chris Chevrier
1
Somerset
United Kingdom
Chris Craig
41
United Kingdom
Chris Daniels
2
United Kingdom
Chris Donald
1
Cheshire
United Kingdom
Chris Done
Started birdin at 9. My patch thru my teens and to late twenties were the marshes of Frodsham in Cheshire..in 2000 I began working as a Air Steward in 2002 I started flying long haul and to this day this how I spend my days downroute, as family life takes over when back in the UK birding is limited to only when walking the dog!
2
NORTH YORKSHIRE
United Kingdom
CHRIS DOWNES
2
Suffolk
United Kingdom
Chris Ellis
1
United Kingdom
Chris Foster
5
West sussex
United Kingdom
Chris Glanfield
Birderholic
1
Somerset
United Kingdom
Chris Griffin
15
Ontario
Canada
Chris Hampson
8
Glamorgan
United Kingdom
Chris Hawes
1
Lancashire
United Kingdom
Chris Huddleston
1
lancashire
United Kingdom
Chris Huddleston
1
Donegal
Ireland
Chris Ingram
I've been birding since 1955 so a lifelong birder. Now live in Donegal and still occasionally twitch around Ireland. I only keep County and Year Lists now
7
United Kingdom
Chris Johnson
12
Bucks
United Kingdom
Chris Lamsdell
2
Norfolk
United Kingdom
Chris Lansdell
6
Norfolk
United Kingdom
Chris Morgan
Keen birdwatcher, photographer, twitcher living in North Norfolk.
2
linc's
United Kingdom
chris neve
started birding when quite young and stopped, now getting back into it not expecting any records but just interested to see how i do.
1
United Kingdom
Chris Onn
3
Norfolk
United Kingdom
Chris Padley
13
Dorset
United Kingdom
Chris Parnell
4
United Kingdom
Chris Pendlebury
12
Norfolk
United Kingdom
Chris Porter
2
SCOTLAND
United Kingdom
CHRIS RODGER
1
North Yorkshire
United Kingdom
Chris Rymer
9
West Sussex
United Kingdom
Chris Seaton
Been birding since 1989. Enjoy everything from local patching through the occasional big day, and a speculative twitch to international trips. Will have fun uploading my lists..
42
Essex
United Kingdom
Chris Slade
1
bristol
United Kingdom
Chris Stone
Keen local patcher, Barrow Gurney res's/Portbury wharf + Royal Portbury dock/Chew Valley lake. Don't really twitch, except very local.

Geetin to old!
4
United Kingdom
Chris Turner
1
Cornwall
United Kingdom
Chris Waring
11
Staffs
United Kingdom
Chris Waring
I'm 48, and I have been away from birding for several years after i'd spent 10 years on the Scillies I lost interest in what was happening in the birding community, however i'm now back and as interested as ever but this time I'm more into local birding, my local patch is Westport Lake in Stoke on Trent, which is well known as a good migrant passage spot, and several good birds have been seen here over the years. I'm now running a blog an Twitter feed on the sightings around Staffs, follow us at www.staffordshirebirding.blogspot.com and @Staffsbirdnews on Twitter
12
Richland/WI
United States of America
Chris West
I'm a 20 year old birder from southern WI, USA and have been birding since I was 6. Birding has taken me to all the lower 48 states, 1 pelagic trip out of Monterrey, CA, 4 months as a guide in Southern AZ, multiple trips to FL and CO, and one trip each to Costa Rica, Ecuador and Peru.
I hope birding will take me to the rest of the countries in the world in my attempt to see as many of the world's 10,000 birds as possible.
I keep a year list because I think it's fun to see how many species one can see in 365 days. I keep other lists just to keep a record of what I've seen where. My life list is really the only important one since it keeps a record of everything I've ever seen. Over 1500 species and counting. :D
48
London
United Kingdom
Chris White
13
London
United Kingdom
Chris Wilkinson
10
United Kingdom
Christian Cogley
1