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Saturday, February 20, 2016

Little change in Regent's Park

Regent's Park

With still relatively kind weather conditions for our feathered friends there hasn't been any change in the the more unusual species present in the park. The last sighting of any of the Firecrest's was on Monday in by the cafe in Queen Mary's Gardens.

Below are some photos taken firstly in Kensington Gardens and then in Regent's Park after my break in Norfolk.

Kensington Gardens

 Treecreeper



Gadwall




 An intruder is chased off by the Longwater bully


Regent's Park

The first our Heron chicks were being fed.








 The Coots will be glad when these robbing gulls depart in a 2 or 3 weeks time.



 This is a site I have never seen before, at first I thought that this bird was removing the remains of the shell from a recently hatched egg. Then looking closely you can see that the egg is pretty much whole.





Lets hope that this year this pair are successful after failing last year.




Siskin

Long-tailed Tit nibbling on a bud.

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