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Monday, September 15, 2014

15th September

Bushy Park


The entrance to Dukes Head Passage from the park. The area of scrub to the right of the gate is very good for passerines.

Common Buzzard: 1 possibly 2 in Oaks viewed from Dukes Head Passage.

Hobby: several birds hawking insects over the meadow.

Swallow: 12 flew east at 7.25am.

Meadow Pipit: one in the meadow.

Sedge Warbler: one by the sharp bend in the river along Dukes Head Passage.

Reed Warbler: one feeding in Sallows DHP.

Chiffchaff: 14 along the western boundary.

Regent’s Park

Common Buzzard: 2 thermaling high over the park at 3.25pm before moving of fast eastwards in a long glide.

Swallow: 20 flew west at 3.30pm.

Chiffchaff: 8 in the area 39.


This Hornet made quick work of this little creature, there wasn’t much left for me to ID it by.



This Leech was a bit of a whopper



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