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Monday, October 03, 2016

Regent's Park Oct 3rd

Regent's Park

Back and a search of the western side of the park around areas 39 to 41 failed to relocate the Yellow-browed Warbler that was present on 29th and 30th Sept. Today saw the first day with Scandinavian thrushes.

Swallow: one north at 7.50am. 
Meadow Pipit: 8 flew south.
Tree Pipit: one south at 8.30am.
Redwing: 25 flew NW in small parties.
Song Thrush: 18 flew NW.
Blackcap: 2 in area 39.
Chiffchaff: 8 in areas 32 and 39.
Nuthatch: 3 by area 39.

    Our old pair of Kestrel's used to leave the park for a few month's after beeding, this
    pair seem quite content apart from being hassled by Magpie's


    The Parakeets were screaming at a Sparrowhawk that was trying to hide until he
    eventually had enough, even then they chased him.

    The 1st Redwings were on the move this morning, some rested briefly by area 39.

   3 Nuthatches in area 39 was the largest number since the late 70's.

    35 Goldfinches were feeding in area 39.

    This Crow was enjoying a tasty decaying Feral Pigeon

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