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Friday, October 24, 2014

24th October

Regent’s Park



The Yellow-browed Warbler has been spending more time in area 31 over the past couple of days. It spends it’s time feeding in the Silver Birches and Pines. It then makes its customary pit stop in the Elm thicket where it can have a drink and freshen up. It gets excited when a roaming party of of tits moves through and tends to call more when that happens. It will give chase at times so look out for this if you are thinking of calling in tomorrow. Also in the area are a couple of Chiffchaffs and the odd Blackcap.

If it is sunny in the morning then there is a good chance to witness some bird movement, this will die down after 9.30am.

I am off to Norfolk for a week so if you should see something of interest please leave a message in the comments box or tweet me @parkbirdslondon. 

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