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Tuesday, September 01, 2015

1st September

Bushy Park

Hobby: a pair successfully fledged 3 young in a very public part of the park. The birds have moved to an area on the western side of the park.

Common Buzzard: 2 juveniles were being mobbed by corvids and parakeets over the Brew House Meadow this morning.

Common Redstart: one was in an Oak by the close to the wooden gates along Dukes Head Passage.

Cetti’s Warbler: a male was sing very well between the Iron Bridge and the Brick Bridge on the Longford River.

Common Whitethroat: 2 by Dukes Head Passage.

Spotted Flycatcher: a bird was flycatching from Elderberry bushes just north of Dukes Head Passage.

Regent’s Park

Hobby: 2 high flyers headed south at lunchtime, whilest these were being watched a very distant large raptor could not be identified.

Common Redstart: 3 males were present; 1 in area 25 and 2 in area 39.

Lesser Whitethroat: 1 in area 39.

Common Whitethroat: 2 in area 39.

Willow Warbler: 2 in area 39.

Chiffchaff: 6 in area 39 & 41.

Spotted Flycatcher: 7 birds were seen today; 4 near the Reddy Money Fountain in area 25 and 3 in areas 39 & 40.

Pied Flycatcher: one was very elusive and seemed to tag on to a tit flock in area 29.

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Parakeets mob the Buzzard

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The 2 adult Hobby’s mob the Buzzard

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Cormorant on a wooded part of the Longford River

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A couple of distant shots of 2 of the male Redstarts

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2 comments:

glen mcdonal Writer said...

Handsome birds red starts
Good to see the new camera in action.

glen mcdonal Writer said...

Handsome birds red starts
Good to see the new camera in action.