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Sunday, March 01, 2015

1st March

Regent’s Park

Nothing out of the ordinary to report, waterfowl are declining, the Black-headed Gull numbers are at a peak but they will nearly all be gone in a couple of weeks time.

Below are a few photos from today, there are three showing 3 pairs of Herons at differing stages in their breeding cycles.

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The Herring Gull must have had a night on the town, it yawned several times while it sat opposite me.

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Last years female was joined by one of her daughters from last year. I say that because there wasn’t any aggression just some calling.

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1 comment:

glen mcdonal Writer said...

Great photos as always.... l had seen the two female kestrels and was wondering why they were together..... Surely she should be chasing her daughter away soon.