First record: male, Rame Head, Cornwall, October 1985. [There have been three further records of frigatebirds not identified to species.]. First record: first‐calendar‐year, Fair Isle, Shetland, October 1953. First record: St. Agnes, Isles of Scilly, October 1962. First record: male, Hirta, St Kilda, Outer Hebrides, June 1894, now at Natural History Museum, Tring (NHMUK 1901.1.4.1). The List is managed by the BOU’s Records Committee (BOURC). First record: River Clyde, Lanarkshire, pre‐1870. There are 1 immigration records available for the last name Bourc. Azorean Yellow-legged Gull Larus michahellis atlantis – new first record. First record: male, first‐calendar‐year, Baltasound, Unst, Shetland, September 1890, now at Chelmsford Museum (BM. Siberian Accentor admitted to Category A. Changes to the British List (8 January 2018) View Its findings are published in Ibis, the house journal of its parent body the British Ornithologists' Union (BOU). Invasion of freshwater ecosystems is promoted by network connectivity to hotspots of human activity. First record: Tresco, Isles of Scilly, October 1966. Privacy Statement | This 9th edition replaces The British List: A Checklist of Birds of Britain (8th edition) (BOU 2013a). Admitted to C2 (in 2005) on the basis of a naturalized population established in Argyll and Bute. Included here are records that were not identified to species level, which are not included in the systematic list of the British List, and so do not form part of the species totals. One record: adult, Exmouth, Devon, late May or early June 1859, now at Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter (EXEMS:B344a). One record: adult, Minsmere RSPB, Suffolk, July to August 2016; same, Alkborough Flats, Lincolnshire, August 2016 to January 2017. First record: adult, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, September 1848, now at Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery (NWHCM:25.50). It incorporates all the changes to the British List up to and including the 48th Report of the British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee (BOURC) (BOU 2018), and detailed in BOURC reports published in Ibis since the publication of the 8th edition of the British List (BOU 2013a). Eastern Orphean Warbler Sylvia crassirostris added to Category A. [There have been 94 further records of Daurian/Turkestan Shrikes not identified to species.]. The BOU maintains the British List, the official list of wild bird record in Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales and associated waters). One record: female, immature, Colonsay, Argyll and Bute, January 1897, now at National Museums Scotland (NMS.Z 1897.17). First record: at sea, off Isles of Scilly, July 2007. First record: male, second‐calendar‐year, Pennington Flash, Greater Manchester, March to April 1994. First record: female, Sladesbridge, Cornwall, November 1908. Eastern Kingbird admitted to Category A. Alex Lees joins BOURC (11 August 2017) View BOU to adopt the IOC World Bird List (Jan 2017) View.

The Republic of Ireland List, the Northern Ireland List and the Manx List are maintained by their respective organizations. First record: male, Sule Skerry Lighthouse, Orkney, September 1902, now at National Museums Scotland (NMS.Z 1902.115). One record: first‐calendar‐year, Dungeness, Kent, September 2015. First record: Greater London, early 1776. One record: Durlston Head, Dorset, November 1966 to February 1967. First record: male, first‐calendar‐year, Fenham Flats, Northumberland, September 1886. First record: adult, Kenfig (Cynffig), Mid Glamorgan (Morgannwg Ganol), August to September 1982. An account of the proceedings as they affect the BOURC and the British List will appear in the next Report. First record: male, Mickleden Edge, Langsett, South Yorkshire, May to July 1982. Very large numbers released annually for hunting, many of which naturalize into the population, which consists largely of intraspecific hybrids. First record: second‐calendar‐year, Formby Point, Merseyside, August 1977. Changes to the British List (May 2017) View It follows the ~370 km (200 nautical miles) of the UK Exclusive Economic Zone Limit and the UK Offshore Marine Area as defined by JNCC (, The British List: A Checklist of Birds of Britain (9th edition), The British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee (BOURC), I have read and accept the Wiley Online Library Terms and Conditions of Use, Suggested changes to the English names of some Western Palearctic birds, Records Committee: Sixth Report (February 1971), British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 13th Report (December 1987), Checklist of the Birds of Britain and Ireland, British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 16th Report (December 1991), British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 25th Report (October 1998), British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 27th Report (October 1998), British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 28th Report (October 2001), British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 30th Report (January 2004), British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 31st Report (October 2004), The British List: A Checklist of Birds of Britain (7th edition), British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 34th Report (October 2006), British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 35th Report (April 2007), British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 36th Report (November 2007), British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 37th Report (October 2008), British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 38th Report (October 2009), British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 39th Report (October 2010), British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 40th Report (October 2011), The British List: a checklist of birds of Britain 8th ed, British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 41st Report (October 2012), British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 42nd Report (October 2013), British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 43rd Report (October 2014), British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 44th Report (January 2015), British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 45th Report (October 2015), British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 46th Report (October 2016), British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 47th Report (October 2017), British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee 48th Report (January 2018), Changes to Category C of the British List, Birds of the World: Recommended English Names, The Introduction and Naturalisation of Birds. Greater Canada Goose, Amur Falcon, Tufted Puffin, Eastern Crowned Warbler, Pied Flycatcher (sibirica), Citril Finch, Lesser Sand Plover, White-throated Sparrow plus files under consideration, Category D review and other items recently considered. First record: pair, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, May 1890, male, now at Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery (NWHCM:39.90). 3: 182.a.). Changes to the British List (24 August 2017) View The records for these are listed in Appendix  3. A further review of Category C category definitions was carried out as part of a thorough review of Category C species for the 7th edition of the British List (Dudley 2005), which further re‐defined existing categories and introduced a new subcategory C6 (see above). This information is based on data up to 31 December 2015 provided by BBRC (2017). Changes to the British List inc. Fea's Petrel and Desertas Petrel Pterodroma deserta Mathews are now treated as separate species, whereas before they were considered subspecies of P. feae. Taxonomic Sub-committee Work has proceeded during the year on the species under consideration for taxonomic changes. First record: first‐calendar‐year, Rosehearty, Aberdeenshire, September 1999; same, Seal Sands, Hartlepool, Co. Durham, September to October 1999. One record: male, first/second‐calendar‐year, Holkham, Norfolk, October 1989 to May 1990. The species are reviewed periodically with a view to assign them to either Category A or Category E. † Indicates species for which descriptions are required of records by the British Birds Rarities Committee (BBRC) to be considered for inclusion in Categories A–C of the British List. The Records Committee of the British Ornithologists' Union (BOURC) has historically maintained a British and Irish list and has periodically published a checklist covering the status of birds in Britain and Ireland. Decisions by the Manx Ornithological Society for the Isle of Man will continue to be published in Ibis within BOURC reports. Click here to receive BOU e-newsletters and other news. 43/a. Changes to the British List (6 August 2018) View Top BOURC abbreviation meanings updated August 2020 First record: male, first‐calendar‐year, St Kilda, Outer Hebrides, September 1910, now at National Museums Scotland (NMS.Z 1910.165.31). First record: female, first‐calendar‐year, Cley next the Sea, September 1905, now at Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery (NWHCM:479.966). This, the 9th edition of the Checklist of the Birds of Britain, referred to throughout as the British List, has been prepared as a statement of the status of those species and subspecies known to have occurred in Britain and its coastal waters (Fig. First record: Skokholm Island, Pembrokeshire (Sir Benfro), October 1967. First record: male, Stoke, Kent, March 1967. The solid line marks the boundaries of the coastal waters considered by BOURC for the purposes of the British List. and you may need to create a new Wiley Online Library account. Learn about our remote access options, British Ornithologists’ Union, PO Box 417, Peterborough, PE7 3FX UK, School of Life Sciences, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, G12 8QQ UK, British Trust for Ornithology, The Nunnery, Thetford, IP24 2PU UK. A list of the species and subspecies removed from the British List since the 8th edition is shown in Appendix  1. HB was introduced to denote those species which have been recorded breeding with another closely related species (e.g. Indigo Bunting Passerina cyanea added to Category E. Changes to the British List (18 December 2018) View The Taxonomic Sub-committee (TSC) of BOURC publishes recommendations for taxonomic adjustments in their periodic reports in Ibis. First record: male, adult, Isle of May, Fife, October 1954. New first records of Royal Tern and Thayer’s Gull. First record: Beachy Head, East Sussex, November 1966. First record: Isle of May, Fife, 1967, now at National Museums Scotland (NMS.Z 1968.73). First record: female, Craigielaw Point, Lothian, December 1908, now at National Museums Scotland (NMS.Z 1909.134). HB does not attempt to cover all species which have formed hybrid pairings. BOURC members (in addition to listed authors) who served on the Committee while this update was being produced were: Dawn Balmer, Andy Brown, Martin Collinson (Chairman 2010–2016), Paul French (BBRC representative, from 2015), James Gilroy, Alex Lees, Richard Millington, Adam Rowlands (BBRC representative, to 2015), Jimmy Steele. Changes to the British List (Mar 2017) View One record: first‐calendar‐year, St. Agnes, Isles of Scilly, October 1987. Black‐capped Petrel Pterodroma hasitata hasitata (Kuhl)15, Barolo Shearwater Puffinus baroli baroli (Bonaparte)15, Glossy Ibis Plegadis falcinellus falcinellus (Linnaeus)15, Cattle Egret Bubulcus ibis ibis (Linnaeus)15, Goshawk Accipiter gentilis atricapillus (A. Wilson)8,11,12, Black‐winged Stilt Himantopus himantopus himantopus (Linnaeus)15, Hudsonian Whimbrel Numenius hudsonicus Latham15, Slender‐billed Curlew Numenius tenuirostris (Vieillot)9, American Herring Gull Larus smithsonianus smithsonianus Coues15, Lesser Crested Tern Thalasseus bengalensis torresii Gould15, Little Tern Sternula antillarum antillarum (R. Lesson), athalassos (Burleigh & Lowery) or browni (Mearns)15, Great Skua Stercorarius skua skua (Brünnich)15, Daurian Shrike Lanius isabellinus phoenicuroides (Schalow)15, Red‐backed Shrike Lanius collurio collurio Linnaeus15, Southern Grey Shrike Lanius meridionalis Temminck15, Golden Oriole Oriolus oriolus oriolus (Linnaeus)15, Long‐tailed Tit Aegithalos caudatus europaeus (Hermann)9, Chiffchaff Phylloscopus collybita fulvescens (Severtzov)15, Greenish Warbler Phylloscopus trochiloides plumbeitarsus Swinhoe15, Grasshopper Warbler Locustella naevia mongolica Sushkin15, Black Redstart Phoenicurus ochruros xerophilus Stegmann10, Siberian Stonechat Saxicola maurus variegatus (S.G. Gmelin)15, Desert Wheatear Oenanthe deserti atrogularis (Blyth)15, Eastern Yellow Wagtail Motacilla flava tschutschensis J.F. First record: male, Newton St. Cyres, Devon, January to February 1955, now at Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter (EXEMS:14/1955). First record: Catsfield, East Sussex, March 1791. Number of times cited according to CrossRef: Roads as a contributor to landscape-scale variation in bird communities. First record: male, Paisley Glen, Renfrewshire, June 1977. Naturalized population now established in Scotland. IMPORTANT NOTE: due to a production issue this report does not include the latest IOC updates. First record: first‐calendar‐year, Kilrenny, Fife, October to November 2004. First record: adult, Scatness and Pool of Virkie, Mainland, Shetland, September 1989. Out of 6,028,151 records in the U.S. Social Security Administration public data, the first name Bourc was not present. Its findings are usually published in Ibis, the house journal of its parent body the British Ornithologists' Union. [1] Its quarterly journal, Ibis, has been published continuously since 1859. The taxonomy of the systematic list follows version 7.3 of the IOC World Bird List (Gill & Donsker 2017). First record: St. Mary's, Isles of Scilly, December 2007. Only those species in Categories A, B and C form the British List. Fun Facts about the name Bourc. Changes to the British List (14 August 2017) View First record: near Walthamstow, Greater London (formerly Essex), August 1817. First record: male, Plumpton Bostall, East Sussex, September 1854. First record: first‐calendar‐year, Fair Isle, Shetland, October 2004. The British List comprises only those species in Categories A, B and C. Note that Category B used to refer to records up to 31 December 1957 but, to accord with European practice, now refers to records up to 31 December 1949. 1988, BOU 1992b, Inskipp & Sharrock 1992). An immature Lammergeier ranged widely in Devon during May 2016 but this has not been added to the official list. Its findings are usually published in "Ibis", the house journal of its parent body the British Ornithologists' Union. Category D is a holding category and is not intended to be a long‐term assignment of any species. The following list includes cited items and other articles relevant to the British List. First record: second‐calendar‐year, Fair Isle, Shetland, April 1981. Extinct: last recorded St Kilda in about 1840. First record: Skomer Island, Pembrokeshire (Sir Benfro), October 1961. First record: adult, Blacktoft Sands, East Yorkshire, September to October 1981; same, Countess Wear, Devon, November 1981 to January 1982; same, Blacktoft Sands, East Yorkshire, April to May 1983. First record: male, Fair Isle, Shetland, May 1911, now at National Museums Scotland (NMS.Z 1912.38.39). First record: three, River Glaslyn, Tremadog, Gwynedd (then Caernarfonshire), July 1859, one now at Grosvenor Museum, Chester (CHEGM:1976.37.e). In addition, there have been records not identified to species level which are not included in the systematic list, and so do not form part of the species totals. Naturalised birds: feral, exotic, introduced or alien? Falcated Duck Mareca falcata added to Category A. Species placed only in Category D form no part of the British List, and are not included in the species totals. First record: adult, Marazion, Cornwall, June 1970. Changes to the British List inc. Milton’s Subalpine Warbler and erratum to the 43rd report. First record: adult, Blacktoft Sands, East Yorkshire, July 1986. First record: male, adult, Packington, Warwickshire, July 1975. Extensive changes to names can be disruptive, especially when many of the established vernacular names have historical and cultural associations. First record: first‐calendar‐year, St. Agnes and other islands, Isles of Scilly, October 1999. First record: near Beccles, Suffolk, pre‐1819. Changes to the British List inc. adoption of the taxonomic recommendations in the BOURC TSC’s 9th report, White-winged Scoter, Slender-billed Curlew, Red-rumped Swallow, Long-tailed Tit, Subalpine Warbler, European Stonechat, plus other files currently in circulation. First record: male, first‐calendar‐year, Lundy, Devon, November 1954. First record: male, Filey, North Yorkshire, May 1992. First record: male, adult, Hirta, St Kilda, Outer Hebrides, March 1969. One record not identified to species: Severn Beach, South Gloucestershire (Avon), November 2009. First record: male, second‐calendar‐year, Minsmere, Suffolk, May to June 1971. First record: Plex Moss and Formby Moss, Lancashire, November 1976. BOURC 42nd Report (January 2014) View First record: female or first‐calendar‐year, Holkham Meals, Norfolk, October 1975. The British Ornithologists' Union Records Committee (BOURC) is the recognised national bird records committee for Britain. First record: Puddletown, Dorset, autumn 1804. 2018. Category A of the British List is for any truly wild bird that arrived in Britain naturally. The 15 species in Category D and those species in Category E do not form part of the British List. First record: Marazion, Cornwall, October 1853. First record: Tillingham, Essex, January 1906. Announcements of changes to the British List do not come into effect until published in a Committee report in Ibis. One record: male, adult, Dinas Head, Pembrokeshire (Sir Benfro), April 1988. First record: male, first‐calendar‐year, Bardsey Island (Ynys Enlli), Gwynedd (then Caernarfonshire), August 1964. One record: South Stack (Ynys Lawd), Holy Island (Ynys Gybi), Anglesey (Ynys Môn), October 2001. First record: Brent Reservoir, Greater London, June 1972. First record: male, first‐calendar‐year, Fair Isle, Shetland, October 1975. One record: Billingham, Co. Durham (then Cleveland), January to April 1989. It maintains a list of birds of Britain. Red Kite) that match Category C criteria. One record: male, first‐calendar‐year, Bardsey Island (Ynys Enlli), Gwynedd (then Caernarfonshire), September 1957. Naturalized populations now in England and Scotland following release of birds in 1989 from Spain and Scandinavia. So we'll update the list at that point. [There have been 78 further records of dowitchers not identified to species.]. First record: Greater London (Middlesex), May 1782. Category E species form no part of the British List (unless already included within Categories A, B or C). Changes to the British List (17 September 2018) View [There have been four further records of Orphean Warblers not identified to species.]. First record: adult, Boynton, Wiltshire, 1775. First record: Crumbles, Eastbourne, East Sussex, July 1923. First record: male, near Christchurch, Dorset (formerly Hampshire), January 1828. First record: Porthgwarra, Cornwall, August 1989. The British and Irish List. One record: immature, Brean, Somerset, June 2007; same, Manton, Lincolnshire, July 2007. First record: second‐calendar‐year, between Whalsay and Out Skerries, Shetland, April 1936. First record: female, St. Agnes, Isles of Scilly, October 1966. Changes since the publication of the 7th and 8th editions of the British List (BOU 2006, 2013a) have been detailed in the 34th to 48th BOURC reports, the full citations for which are listed in the references. First record: first‐calendar‐year, Fair Isle, Shetland, September to October 1976. Open practices can help bridge the research-implementation gap, Bearded Vultures in the UK and northwest Europe (28 October 2020) View. Upon publication of these changes, the British List remains at 620 species (Category A = 602; Category B = 8; Category C = 10). First record: St. Ives, Cornwall, September 1971. One record: male, first‐calendar‐year, The Naze, Essex, September to October 1994. Changes to the British List, Sept 2014 Alder Flycatcher, Eastern Grasshopper Warbler, Eastern Black Redstart, ‘Stejneger’s’ Siberian Stonechat all accepted to Category A of the British List. The British Ornithologists' Union Records Committee (BOURC) has accepted the record of an adult male Magnificent Frigatebird Fregata magnificens near Whitchurch, Shropshire on 7th November 2005, as the first British record.. Species that, although introduced, now derive from the resulting self‐sustaining populations. First record: male, Fair Isle, Shetland, May 1976. Descriptions are required of records for these species and some of the rarer subspecies by the British Birds Rarities Committee (BBRC) (denoted by † within the systematic list) to be considered for inclusion in British totals; descriptions are also required by BBRC for all species in Category D. For each rare species and, where possible, subspecies, the number of birds that have occurred is noted where the total is fewer than 100. Learn more. One record: adult, Oare Marshes, Kent, September 2009. Subspecies ‘Caspian’ Reed Warbler Acrocephalus scirpaceus fuscus and ‘Iberian’ Yellow Wagtail Motacilla flava iberiae admitted to the List. First record: Snettisham, Norfolk, May 1995. First record: male, Fair Isle, Shetland, September to October 1925, now at National Museums Scotland (NMS.Z 1925.167). The British Ornithologists' Union Records Committee (BOURC) is the recognised national bird records committee for Britain.It maintains a list of birds of Britain. First record: male, Fair Isle, Shetland, September 1925, now at National Museums Scotland (NMS.Z 1925.166). Changes to the British List (Jan 2017) View One record: first‐calendar‐year, Howmore (Tobha Mòr), South Uist (Uibhist a Deas), Outer Hebrides, November 2000. †Indicates species for which descriptions are required of records by the British Birds Rarities Committee (BBRC) to be considered for inclusion in Categories A–C of the British List. The Republic of Ireland List, the Northern Ireland List, and the Manx List are maintained by their respective organizations. These species form no part of the British List. Changes to the British List (14 August 2017) View Eastern Kingbird admitted to Category A. Alex Lees joins BOURC (11 August 2017) View Announcing a new member of the BOU Records Committee (BOURC). Changes to the British List (21 December 2018) View Publications by or, On Behalf of, Members of the Bourc and Members of the BOURC‐CFSC, Relating to the British List, Since the 47th Report Pale-legged Leaf Warbler admitted to Category A. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. BB 101: 676 etc. One record: first‐calendar‐year, Dawlish, Devon, November 2006. List of 2 BOURC definitions. It was taken up in 1990 by the then International Ornithological Congress (IOC; now the IOU) who brought together ornithologists from all regions to help deliver the first standard list of international English bird names. First record: third/fourth‐calendar‐year, Hempsted, Gloucestershire, December 2006 and March 2007; same, Ferryside, Carmarthenshire, March 2007 and Beddington, Greater London, April 2007. One record: female, adult, Lundy, Devon, June 1966. View all Bourc immigration records Category D species are listed in Appendix, Species that have been recorded as introductions, human‐assisted transportees or escapees from captivity, and whose breeding populations (if any) are thought not to be self‐sustaining. First record: first‐calendar‐year, Porthgwarra, Cornwall, October 1970. First record: Midrips, near Camber, East Sussex, May 1951.

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