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Wednesday, July 06, 2011

6th July

Hobby: an adult was over the Open Spaces at 1.33pm, slightly distressing the juvenile Kestrels.

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Hobby(above), the juvenile Kestrels spent some time catching insects in the rough grassland bordering areas 34 and 35.

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The juveniles spend periods of time resting on the roof and sides of St Johns Lodge in area 30, or in the tall Poplar tree between the building and the Cricket Pen, area 31.

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The Common Whitethroats looked sharp in the early morning sunlight though both are beginning to show signs of wear and tear.

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Female Whitethroat above and the male below 

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The Cormorant below looks as if could be resting on the the coast rather than on a beach in the Long Bridge Sanctuary, area 35.

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2 comments:

Maria said...

Hi Tony, I'm hoping to visit the park over the weekend. Would it be possible for you to post a map of the park with the area numbers on it to save me wondering round it aimlessly?

Tony Duckett said...

Hi Maria.

If you look just below the picture of the 2010 Regent's Park Bird Report on the opening page of the blog you will see a link to the map with all the areas numbered. I hope you enjoy your visit and that the weather is kind to you.