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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.


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


Fieldfare in the paddock by Dukes Head Passage


Mistle Thrush, several small groups were flying around the park


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

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