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Monday, April 21, 2008

21st April

After a lot of searching, we finally found them. The first breeding record in Queen Mary's for over thirty years.

Tawny Owl: One adult with three owlets Queen Mary's.
House Martin: Thre birds over the lake.
Swallow: One flew east.
Kingfisher: A male bird was flying around the lake between 7.00 and 7.30am.
Willow Warbler: Two birds in area 26.
Chiffchaff: One still in area 29.
Blackcap: Six males and two females.
Linnet: Six birds went north.
Reed Bunting: A male was again in area 2.
House Sparrow: A female was calling from the top of a hedge in area 16.


romillyh said...

Re the tawnies, can you confirm you mean the first record in that particular part of the Park as opposed to Regents Park as a whole?
Nice pics of some early owlets. Always enjoy your excellent photos, especially the owls!
Romilly Hambling

Tony Duckett said...

Hi Romilly.
It is the first record in that particular area.