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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

20th May

High flying Great crested Grebe

The female departs after dropping of some light lunch.

Garganey: Drake still present.
Great crested Grebe: One flew off high to the west at 7.20am.
Sparrowhawk: A male was hunting above area 26.
Swallow: One flew north at 1.00pm.
Jackdaw: Two birds were perched by the lake at 7.30am, before flying off eastwards.
Reed Warbler: Three birds were chasing each other in the reed beds at the nothern end of the lake, area 1.
Siskin: One flew north at 6.25am, a fairly unusual date for this species.


SPIMMY said...

Great blog! Who knew there was so much good stuff in the middle of London!

Cheers, Jim

Tony Duckett said...

Hi Jim.

Thanks for the comment it is really appreciated. There is plenty to see in Central London's green spaces, it just takes a bit of looking for on a regular basis.