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Sunday, June 01, 2014

1st June

Regent’s Park

Nothing much has changed in Regent’s, just to show how frustrating birding is a Red-backed Shrike was in Bushy Park yesterday in an area that I walk through daily. It didn’t hang around long enough for anyone but the finder to see.

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Green Woodpeckers were very vocal this morning, at least 6 males were seen and heard. The one below was in my garden well almost , I’d cut my front lawn yesterday so it hopped over the herbaceous border and into next door.

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Apart from a few garden snaps I did pop over to the Wetland Pen.

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The female looks to be sitting quite high in the box, which suggest that the eggs have or are hatching.

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Not being used to seeing people, birds in the Wetland Pen tend to be hard to approach.

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