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Saturday, January 02, 2010

A photographic review of the highlights of 2009

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6 comments:

Lawsie said...

thank you so much for all these photos! what a joy to find!

Peter Dixon said...

Hi Tony
Thanks for posting all those pictures - happy new year!
Pete

Tony Duckett said...

Hi Lawsie.

I am glad that you have found my site and enjoyed the photos. Regent's Park though not ideally situated with regards attracting migrants, dose produce suprises. It is always worth a look if visiting London for more cultural reasons.

Tony

Tony Duckett said...

Hi Pete.
Happy New Year, the photos are a reminder of what we can expect in the coming months.

Tony

Neil said...

Great photos tony, the owlet and Garganey especially

Chris Smith said...

Hi Tony,
How many of the wildfowl (esp Mandarins, Red Crested Pochards etc) are wild? Any ideas?