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Friday, March 13, 2015

13th March

Regent’s Park

Another quiet day, I say quiet the parks resident species are either singing, drumming or setting up territories.

Great crested Grebe: a second pair were displaying on the lake this morning.

Little Grebe: a pair were starting to build a nest by an island on the main lake.

Blackcap: a female was feeding on privet berries in area 10.

Chaffinch: 45 were by the running track.

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Once such a nervous visiting duck, some are now very approachable. However in the next week or so they will have left the park.

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2 drake RCP’s get their skates on to avoid yet another aggressive Coot.

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A Mute Swan has a wash and brush up

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The Herring Gulls have made their own ball game!

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The Black-headed Gulls are happy to play with some algae

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The Common Gull is just happy to practice his landings

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This is the partner of the female with the broken bill

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