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Sunday, June 10, 2012

10th June

Regent’s Park

I woke up at 5.00am thinking that the light through the curtains looked promising. I gave it 10 minutes then got up, I was greeted with glorious sunshine when I looked out of the bathroom window. I was at the owls territory within 15 minutes. The female showed straight away and it wasn’t long before the male flew in.

Also a first breeding record for the park.

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If at first you don’t succeed try, try, try, try and try again.

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There was a pair of Goldcrest close by the owls

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The first breeding record of Lesser Black-backed Gull in the park

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This young Heron is conning his mum, the rest of the family left a month ago.

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