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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

29th June

Having thought that there were just three young in the box on Primrose Hill, It was a nice surprise to see four there this morning.

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Back at a lower level, the young in the Wetland Pen are still being fed on Short-tailed Bank Voles

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With the sun out it gave me a chance to try and get some better Common Tern photos

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One of this years ringed Herring Gulls tries some aerial manoeuvres

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A very scarce sight in Central London, this family of Hedgehogs were found under a pile of tree stakes. They were quickly covered up and a notice to keep away erected.

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