This walk was undertaken on the evening of 24 June, starting at 19:00. The aim was to see if the variety and number of species at this time of day differed at all from that on the normal morning Summer Bird Walks. In the event, the results turned out to be very similar. Two people took part, and the weather was mixed, with sunny intervals and one brief shower. The following 24 species were recorded.

Red-legged Partridge (C)

Pheasant (B, C)

Red Kite (A, B)

Buzzard (A, C)

Kestrel (A)

Woodpigeon (A, B, C)

Magpie (A, C)

Rook (A, C)

Carrion Crow (A, B, C)

Blue Tit (B, C)

Skylark (C)

Swallow (A)

House Martin (A)

Chiffchaff (B)

Whitethroat (C)

Wren (B, C)

Robin (A, B, C)

Dunnock (C)

Blackbird (A, B, C)

Song Thrush (B, C)

Starling (A)

House Sparrow (A)

Chaffinch (A, C)

Yellowhammer (C)

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