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Saturday, January 11, 2014

11th January

Regent’s Park

Well January is fast disappearing and due to the mild conditions there hasn’t been much to report on. Normally the number of waterfowl on the lake would be reaching their winter highs. This winter apart from the Shoveler the lake looks fairly empty.

Below the park report are some photos from a morning in Devon

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Not the type of grey geese I really want to see, these birds did look good in the morning sun.

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This small flock flew in from the north.

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A morning in Devon and a species that I haven’t seen well in the UK for over 30 years. I have been meaning to visit one of the areas where food is put down and am glad I finally did.

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At one stage there were 14 birds on the ground along with the odd Yellowhammer, Reed Bunting, Chaffinch, Goldfinch and Dunnock.

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