Nothing to report from Regent’s Park
It was a very calm start to the day with the sound of drumming Great spotted Woodpeckers in all directions. I had hoped to pop out towards the Canal Plantation and listen out for the Lesser spotted drumming. However work in the Brew House Field area, meant that I had to oversee the removal of phragmites from one of the pools.
However I did manage to see a few things.
Common Buzzard: still present.
Redwing: 160 were feeding in the paddocks, moving to the Woodland Gardens on occasions.
Fieldfare: 60 birds were with the Redwings.
Lesser Redpoll: 4 birds were in Silver Birch trees at the Dukes Head Passage end of the Woodland Gardens.
Siskin: 60 were feeding in the Canal Plantation.
Reed Bunting: a pair were in the Brew House Fields.
Common Buzzard mobbed by a Crow