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Friday, March 27, 2015

27th March

Hyde Park/Kensington Gardens

The three main characters; Cetti’s Warbler, Goldeneye and Scaup are still present. They were joined by at least 3 Chiffchaffs but not much else. I did here a Little Owl calling from a tree’s just east of the island on the Serpentine.

Regent’s Park

There was little difference in the cast members here, 2 Chiffchaffs were singing, 12 Meadow Pipits flew north. Thankfully the Black-headed Gulls have now nearly all gone, which means the ornamental waterfowl will be able to feed in piece until July.

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Somewhere in there is a Canada Goose

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Mute Swans were frequently on the wing in both Hyde and Regent’s Park.

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2 comments:

glen mcdonal Writer said...

Great Grebe photos.....think l may while away an hour or two over the weekend on Grebe watch.

Tony Duckett said...

Hyde & Kensington have quite a few GC Grebe's we have only 1 pair but possibly 4 pairs of Little Grebe's.