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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.

2 comments:

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
www.godsownclay.com

Tony Duckett said...

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