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General Statistics
Total Members: 499
Total Posts: 8053
Total Topics: 3055
Total Categories: 2
Users Online: 21
Most Online: 126 - August 27, 2009, 02:34:30 pm
Online Today: 29
Average registrations per day: 12.12
Average posts per day: 4.85
Average topics per day: 2.37
Total Boards: 9
Latest Member: BarbaraK
Average online per day: 23.46
Male to Female Ratio: 19:1
Top 10 Posters Top 10 Boards
IanF 1525
Jamie 383
Derickp 281
Renton Charman 250
Ray. Scott 249
sidwemn 230
A McLee 213
Ian Watson 187
robyoung 183
t.horne 177
Rare Birds 3082
General Discussion 2781
Identification Tips and Questions 804
Common Birds 518
Classifieds 258
Teesmouth Bird Club Announcements 246
Birds Outside of Cleveland 169
Non birds 113
Saltholme RSPB Announcements 82
Top 10 Topics (by Replies) Top 10 Topics (by Views)
Colour ringed birds 320
Cleveland's next new bird? 67
Selling off English forests 33
Disturbance - What to do about it.......? 32
Dave Brittons post 27
Red Breasted Goose - Scaling Dam 27
RSPB Saltholme opening times 26
Hen Harrier - Wynyard 25
Hartlepool Sea Watching Observatory Discussion 24
South Gare 24
Colour ringed birds 102221
Cleveland's next new bird? 27846
Night birds id 17018
Bats During the day? 13367
Red Breasted Goose - Scaling Dam 12653
Usage of forum & how to post photos 11259
Glaucous-winged Gull 10836
Hen Harrier - Wynyard 10599
South Gare 10515
Hartlepool Sea Watching Observatory Discussion 10377
Top Topic Starters Most Time Online
IanF 437
Jamie 150
Ian Watson 140
Derickp 128
sidwemn 121
Renton Charman 120
robyoung 112
Mike Tucker 80
Pablo 80
A McLee 80
IanF 36d 19h 4m
Chris.Small 28d 21h 5m
Jamie 15d 14h 52m
tim robinson 13d 6h 22m
Ray. Scott 11d 4h 36m
tomkeet 10d 21h 32m
Derickp 9d 9h 38m
Neil Simms 8d 21h 44m
Renton Charman 7d 21h 32m
James Robson 7d 31m
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November 2010 92 217 119 29
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May 2010 137 232 290 19
April 2010 149 252 261 24
March 2010 97 164 196 19
February 2010 33 106 130 51
January 2010 62 117 138 33
December 2009 33 91 117 15
November 2009 42 106 130 33
October 2009 61 158 49 24
September 2009 40 105 53 17
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