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Monday, May 05, 2014

5th May

Regent’s Park

At last some new migrants for the park.

Cackling Canada Goose: one flew in from the east at 6.45am.

Common Buzzard: 2 singles; 1 north at 11.25am and another SW at 11.45am.

Hobby: one was reported flying over St Johns Lodge at 8.10am.

Swift: a small number were over the park throughout the day.

Swallow: 6 flew north in one’s and two’s.

House Martin: one over the lake.

Stock Dove: a record 42 birds were feeding in my garden this afternoon.

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Half the record breaking flock

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Red Crested Pochard crash lands (above) and a Coot seems in a bit of a hurry (below)

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This youngster is getting tangled up while exploring his surroundings, he/she still needs to work on her balancing.

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One half of a pair of Blackcaps in my garden

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