The Official Sussex List

Below is the current Sussex list followed by it's BOU status for the county which stands at 399 species.

                          
Species
Cat
Red Throated Diver
A
Black Throated Diver
A
Great Northern Diver
A
White Billed Diver
A
Little Grebe
A
Great Crested Grebe
A
Red Necked Grebe
A
Slavonian Grebe
A
Black Necked Grebe
A
Northern Fulmar
A
Cory's Shearwater
A
Sooty Shearwater
A
Manx Shearwater
A
Balearic Shearwater
A
Storm Petrel
A
Leach's Petrel
A
Northern Gannet
A
Great Cormorant
A
Shag
A
Bittern
A
American Bittern
B
Little Bittern
A
Black Crowned Night Heron
A
Squacco Heron
A
Cattle Egret
A
Little Egret
A
Great White Egret
A
Grey Heron
A
Purple Heron
A
Black Stork
A
White Stork
A
Glossy Ibis
A
Spoonbill
A
Mute Swan
C
Bewick's Swan
A
Whooper Swan
A
Bean Goose
A
Pink-footed Goose
A
White-fronted Goose
A
Greylag Goose
A
Canada Goose
C
Barnacle Goose
A
Brent Goose
A
Red Breasted Goose
A
Egyptian Goose
C
Ruddy Shelduck
B
Common Shelduck
A
Mandarin
C
Eurasian Wigeon
A
American Wigeon
A
Gadwall
A
Eurasian Teal
A
Green winged Teal
A
Mallard
A
Pintail
A
Garganey
A
Blue winged Teal
A
Northern Shovelor
A
Red Crested Pochard
A
Pochard
A
Ring-necked Duck
A
Ferruginous Duck
A
Tufted Duck
A
Lesser Scaup
A
Greater Scaup
A
Common Eider
A
King Eider
A
Long-tailed Duck
A
Common Scoter
A
Surf Scoter
A
Velvet Scoter
A
Common Goldeneye
A
Smew
A
Red-breasted Merganser
A
Goosander
A
Hooded Merganser A
Ruddy Duck
C
Honey Buzzard
A
Black Kite
A
Red Kite
A
White-tailed Eagle
A
Marsh Harrier
A
Hen Harrier
A
Pallid Harrier
A
Montagu's Harrier
A
Goshawk
A
Eurasian Sparrowhawk
A
Common Buzzard
A
Rough-legged Buzzard
A
Osprey
A
Kestrel
A
Red-footed Falcon
A
Merlin
A
Hobby
A
Gyr Falcon
A
Peregrine Falcon
A
Black Grouse
B
Red-legged Partridge
C
Grey Partridge
A
Quail
A
Pheasant
C
Golden Pheasant
C
Water Rail
A
Spotted Crake
A
Sora Rail
A
Little Crake
A
Baillon's Crake
A
Corncrake
A
Common Moorhen
A
Eurasian Coot
A
Common Crane
A
Little Bustard
B
Great Bustard
B
Eurasian Oystercatcher
A
Black-winged Stilt
A
Avocet
A
Stone Curlew
A
Collared Pratincole
A
Oriental Pratincole
A
Black-winged Pratincole
A
Little Ringed Plover
A
Ringed Plover
A
Semipalmated Plover A
Killdeer
A
Kentish Plover
A
Greater Sandplover
A
Lesser Sandplover
A
Dotterel
A
American Golden Plover
A
Pacific Golden Plover
A
Eurasian Golden Plover
A
Grey Plover
A
Sociable Plover
A
Lapwing
A
Knot
A
Sanderling
A
Semipalmated Sandpiper
A
Little Stint
A
Temminck's Stint
A
Least Sandpiper
A
White-rumped Sandpiper
A
Baird's Sandpiper
A
Pectoral Sandpiper
A
Curlew Sandpiper
A
Purple Sandpiper
A
Dunlin
A
Broadbilled Sandpiper
A
Stilt Sandpiper
A
Buff-breasted Sandpiper
A
Ruff
A
Jack Snipe
A
Common Snipe
A
Great Snipe
A
Long-billed Dowitcher
A
Woodcock
A
Black-tailed Godwit
A
Bar-tailed Godwit
A
Whimbrel
A
Eurasian Curlew
A
Upland Sandpiper
A
Spotted Redshank
A
Redshank
A
Marsh Sandpiper
A
Greenshank
A
Lesser Yellowlegs
A
Green Sandpiper
A
Wood Sandpiper
A
Terek Sandpiper
A
Common Sandpiper
A
Spotted Sandpiper
A
Ruddy Turnstone
A
Wilson's Phalarope
A
Red-necked Phalarope
A
Grey Phalarope
A
Pomarine Skua
A
Arctic Skua
A
Long-tailed Skua
A
Great Skua
A
Mediterranean Gull
A
Laughing Gull
A
Franklin's Gull
A
Little Gull
A
Sabine's Gull
A
Bonaparte's Gull
A
Blackheaded Gull
A
Slender-billed Gull
A
Ring-billed Gull
A
Common Gull
A
Lesser Black-backed Gull
A
Herring Gull
A
Yellow Legged Gull
A
Caspian Gull
A
Iceland Gull
A
Glaucous Gull
A
Greater Black-backed Gull
A
Black-legged Kittewake
A
Gull-billed Tern
A
Caspian Tern
A
Lesser Crested Tern
A
Sandwich Tern
A
Roseate Tern
A
Common Tern
A
Arctic Tern
A
Sooty Tern
A
Bridled Tern
A
Little Tern
A
Whiskered Tern
A
Black Tern
A
White-winged Black Tern
A
Guillemot
A
Razorbill
A
Black Guillemot
A
Little Auk
A
Puffin
A
Pallas's Sandgrouse
B
Feral Rock Dove
A
Stock Dove
A
Wood Pigeon
A
Collared Dove
A
Turtle Dove
A
Ring-necked Parakeet
C
Great Spotted Cuckoo
A
Cuckoo
A
Yellow-billed Cuckoo
A
Barn Owl
A
Snowy Owl
A
Little Owl
C
Tawny Owl
A
Long-eared Owl
A
Short-eared Owl
A
Nightjar
A
Common Swift
A
Alpine Swift
A
Kingfisher
A
Bee-Eater
A
Roller
A
Hoopoe
A
Wryneck
A
Green Woodpecker
A
Great Spotted Woodpecker
A
Lesser Spotted Woodpecker
A
White-winged Lark
B
Short-toed Lark
A
Crested Lark
B
Woodlark
A
Skylark
A
Shorelark
A
Sand Martin
A
Crag Martin
A
Cliff Swallow
A
Barn Swallow
A
Red-rumped Swallow
A
House Martin
A
Richard's Pipit
A
Blyth's Pipit
B
Tawny Pipit
A
Olive-backed Pipit
A
Tree Pipit
A
Meadow Pipit
A
Red-throated Pipit
A
Rock Pipit
A
Water Pipit
A
Buff-bellied Pipit
A
Yellow Wagtail
A
Citrine Wagtail
A
Grey Wagtail
A
Pied Wagtail
A
Waxwing
A
Dipper
A
Wren
A
Dunnock
A
Alpine Accentor
A
Rufous Scrub Robin
A
Robin
A
Thrush Nightingale
A
Nightingale
A
Bluethroat
A
Red-flanked Bluetail
A
Black Redstart
A
Common Redstart
A
Whinchat
A
Stonechat
A
Siberian Stonechat
A
Isabelline Wheatear
A
Northern Wheatear
A
Black-eared Wheatear
A
Pied Wheatear
A
Desert Wheatear
A
Rock Thrush
A
White's Thrush
B
Ring Ouzel
A
Blackbird
A
Black-throated Thrush
B
Fieldfare
A
Song Thrush
A
Redwing
A
Mistle Thrush
A
Cetti's Warbler
A
Grasshopper Warbler
A
River Warbler
A
Savi's Warbler
A
Aquatic Warbler
A
Sedge Warbler
A
Paddyfield Warbler
A
Blyth's Reed Warbler
A
Marsh Warbler
A
Eurasian Reed Warbler
A
Great Reed Warbler
A
Booted Warbler
A
Sykes's Warbler
A
Icterine Warbler
A
Melodiuos Warbler
A
Dartford Warbler
A
Subalpine Warbler
A
Sardinian Warbler
A
Barred Warbler
A
Lesser Whitethroat
A
Whitethroat
A
Garden Warbler
A
Blackcap
A
Greenish Warbler
A
Pallas's Warbler
A
Yellow-browed Warbler
A
Hume's Leaf Warbler
A
Radde's Warbler
A
Dusky Warbler
A
Western Bonelli's Warbler
A
Wood Warbler
A
Chiffchaff
A
Willow Warbler
A
Goldcrest
A
Firecrest
A
Spotted Flyctacher
A
Red-breasted Flycatcher
A
Pied Flycatcher
A
Collared Flycatcher
A
Bearded Tit
A
Long-tailed Tit
A
Marsh Tit
A
Willow Tit
A
Coal Tit
A
Blue Tit
A
Great Tit
A
Nuthatch
A
Wallcreeper
A
Treecreeper
A
Penduline Tit
A
Golden Oriole
A
Isabelline Shrike
A
Red-backed Shrike
A
Lesser Grey Shrike
A
Great Grey Shrike
A
Woodchat Shrike
A
Jay
A
Magpie
A
Nutcracker
A
Chough
A
Jackdaw
A
Rook
A
Carrion Crow
A
Hooded Crow
A
Raven
A
Common Starling
A
Rose-coloured Starling
A
House Sparrow
A
Tree Sparrow
A
Chaffinch
A
Brambling
A
Serin
A
Greenfinch
A
Goldfinch
A
Siskin
A
Linnet
A
Twite
A
Lesser Redpoll
A
Common Redpoll
A
Common Crossbill
A
Parrot Crossbill
B
Trumpeter Finch
A
Common Rosefinch
A
Bullfinch
A
Hawfinch
A
Black and White Warbler
A
Blackpoll Warbler
A
White-throated Sparrow
A
Slate-coloured Junco
A
Lapland Bunting
A
Snow Bunting
A
Yellowhammer
A
Cirl Bunting
A
Rock Bunting
B
Ortolan Bunting
A
Rustic Bunting
A
Little Bunting
A
Reed Bunting
A
Pallas's Reed Bunting
A
Black-headed Bunting
A
Corn Bunting
A
Northern Oriole
A





 

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