261 species of bird have been recorded at Beddington Farmlands and a minimum of around 150 species are recorded each year. Eight Red Data List breeding bird species and numerous Biodiversity Action Plan species are present including breeding Northern Lapwing, Tree Sparrow and nationally important wintering populations of Green Sandpiper and Water Pipit. Unfortunately Tree Sparrow has been extinct as a breeding species since 2020. National rarities recorded include Britain’s first Glaucous-winged Gull, Killdeer, Lesser Yellowlegs, Pacific Golden Plover, Black-winged Stilt and Citrine Wagtail.
The full species list of the birds of Beddington Farmlands can be downloaded below.