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Sunday, August 16, 2015

16th August

Regent’s Park

Very little change, the only new species was a Whinchat , so just a few photos from a pleasant morning in the park.

Whinchat: a juvenile was in brambles by the chat bush, however when it dropped in just after 6.00am it did land on the chat bush(gorse bush).

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This juvenile Kestrel didn’t help matters when I looking for the Whinchat mid morning. He/she was dropping down on the abundant insects in that area.

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A fresh plumaged Lesser Whitethroat is my favourite autumn migrant, well lets say early autumn migrant.

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Which one to choose?

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juvenile Reed Warblers seem to be being fed in most of our reed beds or the shrubberies that are near the reeds.

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