I added a link to Blog Tracker late on the evening of Sept 27th. This enabled me to see how many visits the blog gets, and, when known, which country they come from. Due to the publicity the Paddyfield Warbler got I had a lot of visits from birders specifically looking for pictures of this rarity. This lunch time, after ten and a half days, I had the 1000th visit in the period. 146 of these were referred from Birdforum, so were directly as the result of the Paddyfield Warbler. 282 were from visitors who had "bookmarked" the blog and 289 were from the KOS. 192 came from Google and many of the key words used to get here were both confusing and amusing, such as "bigget spa in ghana" and "pictures of Sindbad amusement park cairo, egypt"; difficult to find the relevance to St Margaret's in either, but Google got them here! There have been visits from 31 countries, 68% are from the UK, others ranging to Nepal, Rep of Korea and Iran as well as most European Countries. My main point is thank you for visiting, please leave a message if you want to say something and please come again.