The YOC welcomes all records from the recording area which will be used to compile the annual report. Not every
record can be published specifically, especially for commoner species, but they do all help to understand the picture in the area. We will endeavour to credit all contributors in the published report.
- You can submit records on the standard spread sheet that can be downloaded using the relevant button below. Please send to the editorial committee at either at the end of the year or more regularly, e.g. monthly.
- Alternatively, individual records can be submitted using the Casual Records form.
- We also receive an annual extract from BirdTrack (www.birdtrack.net) so can pick up your records from there if you give permission through that site. Please make sure that the OS grid reference of your sighting is clearly within the club area.
- If you do see a scarce or rare bird for the local area (see the description species lists), or have evidence of breeding of schedule 1 species, please let the recorder know at as soon as possible after the sighting.
Standard spread sheets
The spreadsheet provides a standard format with validation of species and sites. Instructions are in the workbook, on the ‘guidance’ tab. For backward compatibility, it is in Excel 2003 format.
We are currently requesting 2017 records, please submit them before the end of March on the 2017 spreadsheet which can be downloaded by clicking this button:
If you would prefer a version that uses the BTO’s species codes as the input, please contact the editor –
For 2018 records, please download a new version of the spreadsheet which follows the latest BOU British List (9th Edition) using the button below:
Red Kite records
Have you seen a Red Kite? Please also submit records from anywhere in Yorkshire through the Yorkshire Red Kites website.