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Thursday, November 29, 2012

29th November

At last a day with no rain. The full moon had acted as a beacon to a few winter thrushes and another Woodcock.

Regent’s Park

Woodcock: one was flushed in the Leaf Yard Wood area 40 at 10.30am.

Fieldfare: twelve flew through.

Redwing: birds in one’s and two’s flew through.

Siskin: six flew through.

Lesser Redpoll: two flew west.

Bushy Park

Common Buzzard: the bird is still present in the Brew House Fields area.

Water Rail: one was swimming across the river close to the Dukes Head Passage.

Fieldfare: one was feeding in the paddocks.

Redwing: sixty-five in small parties headed north-west.

Reed Bunting: one was in the rough area near the paddocks.

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With something this bright to guide you, you cant go wrong.

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Fieldfare in the paddock by Dukes Head Passage

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Mistle Thrush, several small groups were flying around the park

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This Fox took a leisurely stroll through the paddocks at lunchtime, with it seemed not a care in the world.

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