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Friday, July 01, 2011

1st July

Green Woodpecker: a juvenile or two different birds were seen in area 29 and 32.

Common Whitethroat: adults and juveniles are being seen in area 31 and 32.

Blackcap: males can be heard singing in most suitable areas around the park and juveniles were seen feeding on what must be hard cotoneaster berries in area 32.

Chiffchaff: The most reliable site to see this species is in area 32, though birds are also in area 41.

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One of the juveniles on Primrose Hill, area 48.

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The one below laps up the suns rays while laying on the roof of the reservoir.

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The Little Owls are still showing well in area 25

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The scourge of any lake is the terrapin, it will eat grebe eggs and haul  itself out onto a nest to sunbathe.

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