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Some of the wildlife and plants within the Burgh Common developement area
Birds

Blackbird - Dunnock - Wren - Great Spotted Woodpecker - Willow Tit - Green Woodpecker - Black Cap - Crow - Blue Tit - Rook - Great Tit - Jackdaw - Coal Tit - Starling - Long Tailed Tit - Magpie - Linnet - Jay - Tree Creeper - Black Cap - Field Fare - House Sparrow - Song Thrush - Bullfinch - Mistle Thrush - Collared Dove - Red Wing - Great Tit - Wood Pigeon - Lapwing - Cuckoo - Robin - Pheasant - Goldfinch - Red Legged Partridge - Chaffinch - Gold Crest - Pied Wagtail - Willow Warbler - Wood Cock - Yellow Hammer - Spotted Flycatcher - House Martin - Sparrow Hawk - Barn Owl - Tawny Owl - Little Owl - Buzzard - Heron - Mallard - Canada Goose - Cormorant - Partridge - Cuckoo - Lesser Spotted Woodpecker - Moorhen - King Fisher - Wren - Yellow Hammer

Butterflies & Moths

Ringlet - Small Heath - Gate Keeper - Comma - Small Tortoiseshell - Small White - Green Veined White - Large White - Painted Lady - Small Copper - Small Skipper - Holly Blue - Red Admiral - Speckled Wood - Brimstone - Peacock - Orange Tip - Meadow Brown - Common Blue - Peppered Moth - Elephant Hawk Moth

Animals
Stoat - Field Mouse - Muntjak Deer - Hedgehog - Bats (various types) - Weasel - Rabbit - Squirrel - Hare
Reptiles & Amphibians
Lizard - Grass Snake - Frog - Newt - Toad
Insects
Glow Worm - Dragon Flies (various species)
Plants
Great Spotted Orchid - Bee Orchid - Cowslip