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Reports posted here can be added to the LNHS database for use in the London Bird Report. To make yours eligible, please send your email address to the [http://www.lnhs.org.uk/index.php/about-us/lnhs-sections/london-bird-club London Bird Club Data Manager] so you can be contacted if a problem arises. A scalable map of the London recording area can be found [https://maps.google.co.uk/maps/ms?msid=216032194422888561245.0004d0d3567d4eee37c8c&msa=0 here]. Please follow our [[Entries on Latest News page|standard format]] to assist automatic compilation of records into the database. (Note: there are some minor changes for records from 2019 onwards.)
   
 
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Please list sightings alphabetically by site. '''Only report sightings of wide interest rather than listing all common birds''' ''(the latter may be recorded on the [[General sightings]] page)''. DO NOT post details of nesting by scarce breeding birds (those included in [https://ww2.rspb.org.uk/our-work/our-positions-and-casework/our-positions/wild-birds-and-the-law/wildlife-law/wildlife-and-countryside-act/schedules Schedule 1 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981, as amended]). Any such reports will be removed; please submit them instead to the appropriate [http://www.lnhs.org.uk/index.php/about-us/lnhs-sections/london-bird-club LNHS bird recorder].
   
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=='''Saturday 15th February 2020'''==
 
*Alexandra Park: '''Firecrest''' Conservation Area, Little Grebe, 6 Pochard (3m, 3f) Boating Lake, 5 Shoveler (3m, 2f) Wood Green Res, 2 Peregrine (APOG Birders)
 
*[[Hampstead Heath]]: ''OPEN today except for Highgate Wood and Hill Garden; Queen's Park and Golders Hill Park will close early.'' [per HH tweet]
 
*Haven Green, Ealing: 12 Redwing (Neil Anderson)
 
*Island Barn Reservoir: '''Great Northern Diver''' at 09:00 viewed from Molesey Heath (Andrew Self)
 
*[[London Wetland Centre]]: 2 Shelduck, 4 Pintail, 81 Teal, Bittern, Peregrine, Redwing, Water Pipit (WWT website)
 
*[[Rainham Marshes RSPB]]: ''The visitor centre, riverwall and Purfleet hide will all be OPEN over the weekend, but due to the forecast high winds, there will be NO ACCESS to the rest of the inner circular trail.'' [per Howard Vaughan yesterday evening via RSPB blog]
 
*[[Rye Meads RSPB]]: ''Currently planning to be OPEN over the weekend but may close at short notice; check the reserve's social-media feeds for updates. [per RSPB tweet]''
 
*Walpole Park: Green Woodpecker, Great-spotted Woodpecker 62+ Redwing with pr Mistle Thrush (Neil Anderson, Nigel Dood +Walpole bird group)
 
*Watermeadows Open Space BR5: 4 Gadwall, 3 Little Grebe, 4 Egyptian Goose, 8 Redwing, 2 Goldcrest, 2 Kingfisher (Jack Headley)
 
*Walthamstow Wetlands: ''NB Reserve is CLOSED Sat & Sun due to forecast strong winds.'' [per WW website/tweet]
 
 
=='''Friday 14th February 2020'''==
 
*Alexandra Park: 1/2 '''Firecrest''' Conservation Area, 5 Shoveler, 4 Pochard (APOG Birders)
 
*Barnes Common: '''Lesser Spotted Woodpecker''' drumming and calling from woodland in the NE part of the Common (Colin Bodie)
 
*Broxbourne GP: Cetti's Warbler (Paul Gymer via Herts BC)
 
*[[Canons Farm]]: 140 Fieldfare, Brambling pm (Steve Gale tweet)
 
*Catford "Riverview Walk": Water Rail viewable from Winsford Road to Broadmead river bridge. You may have to wait a while. Look down river on the right hand bank c40 feet away from bridge [c10 feet from a regular bird bathing patch]. Been there for some weeks now (John Reid)
 
*Cheshunt: c20 Golden Plover in field by A10/B198 rbt (David Jordan via Herts BC)
 
*Chingford Plain: Common Buzzard, Sparrowhawk, Grey Heron, 24 Black-headed Gull (Daniel Whitelegg)
 
*Dungeon Hill, Surrey: incl '''Raven''' [site 1st] (Graham Hill per Duncan Jennings via DH Wildlife FB)
 
*Erith Reach "Belvedere/Erith (Thames' Foreshore)": incl 6 Oystercatcher (Mike Robinson)
 
*[[Fairlop Waters]]: 17 Golden Plover (Steve Bacon per ELBF FB)
 
*Grays: '''Great Northern Diver''' flew downriver 1150, Rook, 2 Oystercatcher, Curlew (Nick Croft)
 
*Greenwich Park: 20 Redwing (Ray Crouch)
 
*Grovelands Park: Great Crested Grebe, 4 Cormorant, 2 Mute Swan pr incl male w/ orange darvic 4EIT & female w/ metal ring number W40678, 2 Egyptian Goose pr, 8 Northern Shoveler 4m 4f, f Common Pochard, 20 Tufted Duck 12m 8f, f Kestrel, 3 Green Woodpecker, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Grey Wagtail, m Song Thrush singing, 2 Goldcrest, 2 Nuthatch, 2 Treecreeper fighting 1636 (Robert Callf)
 
*Hampstead Heath: 32 Redwing [3 in trees between Cohen's Field and Athlone House & 6 feeding on the ground in meadow below tumulus along with 4 Mistle Thrush & 23 in trees along footpath leading towards Hampstead from Sanctuary Pond], m Kestrel in trees sw corner of Model Boat pond flying off SE, Sparrowhawk in aerial fight with Crow over Sanctuary Pond, Green Woodpecker in trees side of Stock Pond, Water Rail in reeds below 'Bird Bridge' (Philipp Wirtz)
 
*[[London Wetland Centre]]: 2 Shelduck, 4 Pintail, Bittern, 300+ Black-headed Gull [site count], Water Pipit (WWT website)
 
*Mickleham Down: {very early Large White butterfly on the wing} (Keith Bates)
 
*[[Middlesex Filter Beds]]: '''Firecrest''' (JW Davies)
 
*Pinner: Red Kite, 12 Goldfinch, Green Woodpecker, Great Spotted Woodpecker (Nigel Barratt)
 
*Poulter Park "Wandle Trail by River at N end of Pk": '''Yellow-browed Warbler''', 2 '''Siberian Chiffchaff''', 2 '''Firecrest''' nearby still (Bill Shimmers tweet)
 
*Primrose Hill: pr Collared Dove E 0845, '''Rook''' foy NW 0920 (Twitter)
 
*[[Queen Mother Reservoir]] "permit only": Water Pipit [se cnr] 1100 (Peter Newbound via Berks BN)
 
*Queen's Park "NW6": 44 Redwing, 6 Mistle Thrush, 1 Green Woodpecker, heard yaffling (Callum Farrell-Morris)
 
*Rainham Marshes RSPB: '''Caspian Gull''' adult on Wennington at 1315, '''Firecrest''' male in woodland/Cordite Store at 1000, 2 Oystercatcher south side of river opposite visitor centre, 3 Water Pipit on river bank/Aveley Bay, 70 Shelduck, 205 Shoveler, 78 Gadwall, 46 Pintail, 48 Pochard, 2 Great Crested Grebe, 4 Water Rail, 197 Coot, 5 Curlew, 1 Black-tailed Godwit, 2 Ruff, 63 Common Snipe, 2 Yellow-legged Gull, 5 Marsh Harrier 2m 3f, 1 Kingfisher, 70 Jackdaw, 50 Rook, 1 Chiffchaff, 17 Cetti’s Warbler, 1 Redwing, 5 Stonechat, 3 Rock Pipit (Niall T Keogh)
 
*Raynes Park: Little Egret heading W over Coombe Lane gardens at 0724 (Paula Redmond)
 
*Richmond Park: pr Greylag, 15 Shoveler, Teal, 10 Heron at nests, 3 Great Crested Grebe, 11 Meadow Pipit, m Reed Bunting (Neil Anderson)
 
*Ruxley GPs "permit only": 20+ Gadwall, 4 Great Crested Grebe, 2 Little Grebe, 4 Redwing, 3 singing Cetti's Warblers, 1-2 Kingfisher, Little Egret, Green Woodpecker in brief late-pm visit (Jack Headley)
 
*Seventy Acres Lake "Fishers Green": Bittern flew to into reedbed on west side of lake 0700 (David Hutley via LVRP sightings blog)
 
*Somerstown "(St.Pancras) Ossulston Street": Chiffchaff singing next to community centre [also yesterday] (Paul White)
 
*Staines Moor "am": 26 Lapwing over, 6 Red Kite, 2 Kestrel, Common Buzzard, Little Grebe, Water Pipit, Cetti's Warbler, Chiffchaff, 2 Stonechat, 4 Reed Bunting, 20+ Skylark, 10+ Meadow Pipit, 2 Green Woodpecker (Nick Baker)
 
*[[Staines Reservoir]]: Long-tailed Duck s basin [sw cnr] still, m Scaup s basin [sw cnr], 5 Black-necked Grebe s basin am (Jim Sweetland/Josephine Snell via Twitter/per BirdGuides)
 
*Stoneleigh "Station KT17": singing Blackcap again am (Neil Batten)
 
*Tooting Common: Peregrine E 13:38 (Alan Wilkinson)
 
*Totteridge Valley/Darlands Lake: Little Owl, Red Kite, 2 Common Buzzard, 30 Fieldfare, 10 Redwing, 2 Teal (John Colmans)
 
*Walthamstow Wetlands: 2 Bearded Tits again [no1 res n ebd reedbed per BirdGuides], Firecrest, 2 Wigeon (Walthamstow Birders)
 
*Warren Pond "Epping Forest": 2 Shoveler, 7 Teal, Cormorant, Grey Heron, 2 Canada Geese (Daniel Whitelegg)
 
*Watermeads NR "1600-1730": incl 10+ Teal, Little Grebe, 2 Grey Heron, 7 Little Egret to roost, Kingfisher thru, 6+ Goldcrest (Bill Shimmer tweet)
 
*West Thurrock Marshes: 5 Avocet, 4 Curlew, 2 Oystercatcher, 40+ Dunlin, 30+ Redshank, 2 Marsh Harrier, Raven, 2 Yellow-legged Gull both 2cy, Rock Pipit, 3 Reed Bunting, Cetti's Warbler (Nick Croft)
 
*Wick Woodland: m Sparrowhawk, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Redwing, Coal Tit (Harry Harrison) ''HH - site name modified slightly to match LNHS gazetteer entry''
 
*Woodoaks Farm: '''c150''' Golden Plover circled repeatedly then left pm (Paul Lewis tweet)
 
 
=='''Thursday 13th February 2020'''==
 
*Alexandra Park: 2 '''Firecrest''' Conservation Area both males one much brighter than the other, 4 Shoveler 2m 2f, Redwing (Bob Watts) ''Firecrest can be difficult to sex, as some females show orange in crown-stripe'' - RM Callf
 
*Brentford "FC": Red Kite heading east mobbed by 2 Peregrine. One Peregrine hits a wing of the Red Kite causing it to drop vertically a short distance (Michael E Robinson)
 
*Christchurch Green, Wanstead [TQ403884]: 10 Redwing, Coal Tit (Harry Harrison) ''HH - grid ref added in case LNHS decide to add site to their gazetteer''
 
*Croydon "Chichester Rd": Brambling at Park Hill (John Kirby per Croydon Birders)
 
*[[Dagenham Chase]]: incl Little Grebe, 2 Red Kite, 3 Kingfisher, '''Rook''', Coal Tit, 14 Meadow Pipit (Sam Porter per ELBF FB)
 
*Ealing "Green": 60-80 Redwing am (Des McKenzie)
 
*Enfield Town "Church St EN2": 26+ Greenfinch pre-roost gathering 1655 - peak count this winter (Robert Callf)
 
*Enfield Town "River View": 2 Blackcap m & f feeding on sunflower hearts in usual garden 1535 (Robert Callf)
 
*Erith: '''Caspian Gull''' 2cy on jetty west of Erith Pier at 1430 (Jamie Partridge, Niall T Keogh)
 
*Fairlop Waters: 34 Gadwall, 5 Teal, 28 Mallard, 25 Tufted Duck, 2 Pochard, 45 Coot, 2 Egyptian Goose, 5 Mute Swan, 24 Lapwing, 2 Great Crested Grebe, Grey Heron (Steve Bacon)
 
*Ham Common "Green": Red Kite (Spencer Neal via BirdTrack)
 
*Hartham: Barn Owl quartering field across R Beane fr football pitches 0730 (James Russell via Herts BC)
 
*Kingston Bridge: Kingfisher flying upstream under bridge (R Dunne)
 
*[[Island Barn Reservoir]]: "restricted view fr Molesey Heath TQ133672": '''Great Northern Diver''' still (Tony Quinn per Surrey BC)
 
*[[London Wetland Centre]]: 2 Shelduck, '''Bittern''', ad Yellow-legged Gull marsh (WWT website)
 
*Marylebone "High St W1": singing Coal Tit by Garden of Rest (Jan Dobbie)
 
*Mitcham Common: '''Short-eared Owl''' still n end at dusk (Josephine Snell per Surrey BC)
 
*Moor Park: incl 2 Red Kite, c20 Fieldfare (Steve Carter via Herts BC)
 
*Paddington: Peregrine Falcon on Hilton Metropole ledge am (Des McKenzie)
 
*Palmers Green "Meadowcroft Road N13": Red Kite low SE 1005 (Katy McGilvray)
 
*Pinner Park Farm: incl 5 Little Egret, Red Kite, Little Owl, Kestrel, 20+ Redwing, 15+ Greenfinch am (Tim Rymer tweet)
 
*Poulter Park "Wandle Trail by River at N end of Pk": '''Yellow-browed Warbler''', 1+ '''Siberian Chiffchaff''' still 1345 (BirdGuides)
 
*[[Rainham RSPB]]: f '''Merlin''' (Terry Rowe tweet); 2 Caspian Gull both 1w (Andy Tweed per ELBF FB); 2 Marsh Harrier, f Peregrine (Howard Vaughan via ELBF FB)
 
*[[Roding Valley Meadows LNR]]: 42 Magpie, 5 Little Egret, Chiffchaff, pr Stonechat, 2 Reed Bunting (Barry Jones per ELBF FB)
 
*Rayners Lane: Red Kite over (Tim Rymer tweet)
 
*Stocker's Lake: 13 Goldeneye still, 2 Oystercatcher on isl fr tern_hide (Geoff Lapworth via Herts BC)
 
*Thamesmead: Caspian x Herring Gull hybrid 3cy with yellow colour ring X09A, 7 Yellow-legged Gulls on the river off Greenhaven Drive (Jamie Partridge, Niall T Keogh)
 
*Upminster "Fairplay Farm": incl Common Sandpiper, 2 Peregrine, 52 Rook, 14 Skylark, 22 House Sparrow, 11 Reed Bunting, 52 Yellowhammer (Alan Sherman per ELBF FB)
 
*Walthamstow Wetlands: 2 '''Bearded Reedling''' calling from Reservoir No 1 reedbed (Jamie Partridge, Niall T Keogh); 2 Goosander 1m 1f at Reservoir No 4, 3 Water Rail calling from Reservoir No 1 reedbed (Niall T Keogh); 2 Wigeon, Green Sandpiper, Little Egret, 300 Tufted Duck, 282 Coot, 34 Pochard, 4 Shelduck, 9 Goldeneye 5m 4f, 369 Black-headed Gull, 24 Teal, 61 Gadwall, 54 Mallard, 2 Kingfisher, Green Woodpecker, Peregrine, 2 Stonechat, 55 Linnet, 2 Grey Wagtail, Reed Bunting, Greenfinch singing (Daniel Whitelegg)
 
*Wanstead "High Street 'Memorial Green'": Tawny Owl calling 11:30pm (Daniel Whitelegg)
 
*Wanstead Flats: 5 Skylark, 7 Meadow Pipit, Grey Wagtail, Mistle Thrush, 10 Song Thrush [7 singing], 2 Redwing, 2 Stonechat, ''' Redpoll''', 3 Reed Bunting, 40+ House Sparrow, juv Rook still, Kestrel, 4 Pochard, 18 Tufted Duck, 13 Shoveler, 6 Gadwall, Little Grebe, 350+ Common Gull going to roost towards reservoirs, 80+ Ring-necked Parakeet west towards roost (Wanstead Birding) '' 'at' sign removed as it thwarts the data s/w - sorry''
 
 
=='''Wednesday 12th February 2020'''==
 
*Alexandra Park: m '''Firecrest''' still Conservation Wd, 2 Shoveler, 13 Tufted Duck, 9 Redwing, 181 Carrion Crow, 33 Magpie (APOG Birders)
 
*Arthur Jacob NR: incl 13 Shoveler, Great Crested Grebe, Grey Heron, Little Egret, Red Kite pm (David Wright via eBird)
 
*Barking Park: incl 11 Shoveler, 4 Little Grebe, 2 Great Crested Grebe, Grey Heron, 2 Cormorant, ad '''Mediterranean Gull''', Kingfisher, Grey Wagtail (Howard Vaughan via ELBF FB)
 
*Beddington Farmlands: incl 6 Shelduck (Kevin Guest via BirdTrack)
 
*Black Jack's Mill, Harefield: Chiffchaff (John Edwards)
 
*Bookham Common: 18 Grey Heron above at once (Toby Coulson via Surrey Birding FB)
 
*Brookmill Park: Kingfisher, Coal Tit (Conrad Ellam)
 
*[[Bushy Park]]: incl Shelduck (Spencer Neal via BirdTrack)
 
*[[Canons Farm]]: incl 300 Chaffinch, 20 Yellowhammer (Linda Mount, Ian Magness et al via CFBW BG)
 
*Dungeon Hill: incl 18 Meadow Pipit (Duncan Jennings via DH Wildlife FB)
 
*East Molesey: Green Sandpiper by R Ember ne of [[Island Barn Reservoir]] (R Shaw per Surrey BC)
 
*Eastcote "Field End RG": incl Red Kite (Tim Rymer tweet)
 
*Enfield "Freezywater EN3 [TQ361993]": '''Raven''' over cronking late-aft (Brian Dawton)
 
*Epping "Epping High St": 114 Pied Wagtail roosting outside Speakeasy 0900 (Roger Emmens via Essex BwS)
 
*Ferny Hill Farm "private access": 12+ Mandarin Duck, m Chaffinch, 2f/imm Yellowhammer, 8+ Reed Bunting 7f/imm & m (Robert Callf)
 
*Hackney Marshes "River Lea from Friends Br to Homerton Rd": 30 Teal, 29 Mallard, 17 Gadwall, 8 Tufted Duck, 6 Little Grebe, Little Egret, 26 Coot, 17 Moorhen, 2 Goldcrest, 4 Chaffinch, 10 Stock Dove, Treecreeper, Little Owl (Marcin Kempa)
 
*Hainault Forest CP: m Peregrine, f Sparrowhawk, Common Buzzard, 2 Shoveler, 9 Tufted Duck (Steve Bacon)
 
*Hampstead Heath: 5 Redwing [3 in trees nr Kenwood House stables & 2 more in hedgerow running from tumulus down to Model Boat Pond] (Philipp Wirtz); Peregrine over (Jamie Cedar per Samuel Levy)
 
*[[Holmethorpe SPs]]: prob Yellow-legged Gull in mercers west roost (Gordon Hay per Surrey BC)
 
*Hornsey: Common Buzzard low over 1000 (Dean Williamson tweet)
 
*[[Island Barn Reservoir]]: "no access": 20+ Barnacle Goose again in field south of Res & east of Esher STW early aft (Josephine Snell per Surrey BC)
 
*Langley Vale Wood "Surrey": incl Barn Owl, 80 Jackdaw, '''Marsh Tit''', 6 Skylark, 3 Nuthatch, 20 Fieldfare, 14 Redwing, 80 Chaffinch (via BirdTrack)
 
*Lloyd Park, Walthamstow "E17": 256 Black-headed Gull, 73 Common Gull, 3 Greenfinch, 38 Starling, 2 Mistle Thrush, 2 Pied Wagtail, 15 Woodpigeon, 8 Moorhen, 34 Mallard, 2 Canada Geese (Daniel Whitelegg)
 
*London Wetland Centre: 3 '''Bittern''', 4 Pintail, 3 Shelduck, Water Pipit, 8 Redwing, 8 Water Rail (WWT website)
 
*Mitcham Common: '''Short-eared Owl''' mobbed by corvids at dusk low over scrub at north end (Michael Mac)
 
*Poulter Park "Wandle Trail by River at N end of Pk": 1 '''Yellow-browed Warbler''', 2-3 '''Siberian Chiffchaff''' nr blue lorry trailer on other side of river, 2 Goldcrest, 2 Chiffchaff, also 2 '''Firecrest''' m & f nr fallen clump of ivy 150m further along trail, 1 Blackcap f, 5 Long-tailed Tits, Grey Wagtail, 5 Redwing (Franko J Maroevic, Justin Quail, Michael Mac et al)
 
*[[Queen Mother Reservoir]] "permit only": incl 4 Red Kite, 2 Kestrel (Peter Newbound via BirdTrack)
 
*Rainham Marshes RSPB: ad '''Iceland Gull''' on wennington 1235, '''Caspian Gull''' 2cy on wennington 1200-1300, 75 Shelduck, 105 Shoveler, 21 Pintail, 29 Pochard, 5 Curlew, Black-tailed Godwit, 300 Dunlin, 36 Common Snipe, 3 Yellow-legged Gull 1 ad 2 2cy, 100 Lesser Black-backed Gull, ad f Marsh Harrier, 35 Jackdaw, 100 Rook, Stonechat, '''Water Pipit''' on river bank/Aveley Bay, Rock Pipit (Niall T Keogh); also 42 Pochard, 10 Tufted Duck, pr Great Crested Grebe, 1500 Lapwing, 45 Common Snipe (Andy Tweed, Steve Smith per ELBF FB)
 
*Regent's Park: f Blackcap coming to the feeders [''obs'r?''] ''there are also 3+ BCs m 2f wintering in Queen Mary's Gardens''
 
*[[Riddlesdown]]: incl 2 Red Kite, Common Buzzard, 35 Jackdaw, Kestrel, 3 Skylark, Meadow Pipit, Nuthatch, Bullfinch (John Birkett via BirdTrack)
 
*South Lodge Farm: 19 Fieldfare (Robert Callf)
 
*Stocker's Lake: incl '''Oystercatcher''' early-pm (Stephen Younger via eBird)
 
*Trent Park: 3 Cormorant, m Eurasian Teal lower lake, f Common Pochard, f Tufted Duck, 6 Moorhen, 2 Dunnock, 7 Robin, 10+ Blackbird, 3 Song Thrush, Redwing, Goldcrest, 3 Long-tailed Tit, m Chaffinch (Robert Callf)
 
*Troy Mill Lake "Troy Cut [TQ040908]": 4 Chiffchaff along watercourse (John Edwards)
 
*Verulamium Park: Yellow-legged Gull still (Alan Gardiner via Herts BC)
 
*Walthamstow Wetlands: '''Bearded Tit''', '''Black Redstart''', Goosander, 6 Goldeneye, 2 Common Sandpiper (Walthamstow Birders)
 
*Watermeadows Open Space "BR5": 4 Little Grebe, 3 Redwing, 30+ Long-tailed Tit, Kingfisher, Goldcrest (Jack Headley)
 
*Woodford Green: '''Great White Egret''' low WSW over forest at 4.50pm. not imaged (Ken Murray).
 
*Woodoaks Farm, Maple Cross: incl 10 Fieldfare, 12 Redwing, 10 Yellowhammer (via BirdTrack)
 
 
=='''Tuesday 11th February 2020'''==
 
*Alexandra Park: '''Firecrest''' m still Conservation Wood, Chiffchaff, 3 Shoveler (APOG Birders)
 
*Bonnett's Wood: incl Woodcock, Cetti's Warbler, 4 Meadow Pipit (Ruth Barnes via BirdTrack)
 
*Connaught Water: incl 5 Goosander 3m 2rh am ((Andrew Allen via Essex BwS)
 
*[[Dagenham Chase]]: incl Shelduck, 49 Shoveler, 48 Gadwall, 6 Grey Heron, 3 Little Egret (Steve Bacon per ELBF FB)
 
*Dagnam Park: Red Kite (Andy Hibbard per ELBF FB)
 
*Danson Park: '''150+''' Redwing (Chris Gibbard tweet)
 
*Felthamhill Carr: incl 2 Red Kite, Kestrel (via BirdTrack)
 
*Ferny Hill Farm "private access": 2 Chaffinch, f Yellowhammer, 10 Reed Bunting 9f/imm & m (Robert Callf)
 
*[[Greenwich Park]]: flock of '''250+''' Redwing west of observatory c1050 (Dusty Gedge tweets)
 
*Hampstead Heath: 11 Redwing moving around trees at Kenwood pond (Philipp Wirtz)
 
*Holyfield Lake "Fishers Green": 2 Goldeneye m f below holyfield weir, '''Oystercatcher''' on spit above weir 1120 (David Moir via LVRP sightings blog); also Goosander fr path to grebe_hide 1530 (Caroline Leonard via LVRP blog)
 
*[[Island Barn Reservoir]]: "restricted view fr Molesey Heath TQ133672": 2 '''Great Northern Diver''' still (Dave Harris per Surrey BC)
 
*[[London Wetland Centre]]: 3 Shelduck, 4 Pintail, Bittern, 3 Common Snipe, '''Green Sandpiper''' main lake (WWT website); '''233''' Cormorant 1440 (WWT tweet); incl 2 Bittern (Dave Panchaud via eBird)
 
*Newton Park West: incl Red Kite (Tim Rymer tweet)
 
*Poulter Park "Wandle Trail north of Pk": '''Yellow-browed Warbler''', 2 '''Siberian Chiffchaff''' still 1200 (BirdGuides); "1100-1230" also 2f '''Firecrest''' further upstream (Mark Bravery tweet)
 
*Pynesfield GPs: incl 5 Gadwall, 13 Pochard, 24 Tufted Duck, 5 Great Crested Grebe, Grey Heron, Little Egret, 5 Cormorant, Kingfisher pm (Paul Lewis via eBird)
 
*[[Rainham Marshes RSPB]]: ad '''Iceland Gull''' wennington 1505 (Andy Tweed via BirdGuides/ELBF FB); 3 Red Kite incl imm (Annie Jackson, Jim Campbell et al); 2 Marsh Harrier, f Peregrine, 3 Stonechat, 8 Water Pipit, 12 Rock Pipit (Howard Vaughan, Andy Tweed via ELBF FB)
 
*Seventy Acres Lake: f Smew still north of bittern_hide (BirdGuides)
 
*South Lodge Farm: 32 Black-headed Gull, 9 Pied Wagtail (Robert Callf)
 
*Springfield Park: pr Wigeon still (Garry James tweet)
 
*[[Staines Reservoir]]: Scaup n basin still, 20+ Goldeneye, Little Grebe, 5 Black-necked Grebe s basin, 2 Water Pipit am (Jim Sweetland tweet)
 
*Trent Park: Cormorant, 4 Mandarin Duck 2m 2f, 2 Common Pochard pr, f Tufted Duck, 2 Common Buzzard pr displaying, 2 Goldcrest, Nuthatch, Treecreeper (Robert Callf)
 
*Valentines Park: ad '''Mediterranean Gull''' w/ yellow ring on grassland in ne part of park 1345, 65 Collared Dove at ornamental fish pond island, no sign of Turtle Dove there, 10 Stock Dove, 1 Coal Tit, 25 Redwing, 4 Jackdaw, 3 Shoveler 2m 1f (Niall T Keogh)
 
*Waltham Cross "M25/A10 jn": c20 Golden Plover in usual field still early-am (Ron Cousins tweet)
 
*Woodberry Wetlands: 4 Teal 3m 1f, 25 Gadwall 20m 5f, 2 Cetti's Warbler (Niall T Keogh)
 
 
=='''Monday 10th February 2020'''==
 
*Alexandra Park: 2 '''Firecrest''' Conservation Wood, Chiffchaff, 3 Shoveler, Peregrine (APOG Birders)
 
*Beckton STW "private access": pr Common Buzzard, Oystercatcher, 3 Curlew, 28 Redshank, 8 Grey Wagtail, Brambling, 22 Linnet (Dave Morrison tweet)
 
*Broomfield Park: imm Grey Heron, 9 Northern Shoveler 5m 4f, 19 Tufted Duck 12m 7f, Black-headed Gull incl yellow darvic ringed 1st-winter 2C26 & adult 2BKT and red darvic ringed P.1, ad Common Gull, Great Spotted Woodpecker, 2 Mistle Thrush pr, Nuthatch singing, 4 House Sparrow 2m 2f, Jay, 50+ Starling (Robert Callf)
 
*Chipstead Lake "1100-1130": incl 8 Little Egret (Ted Scott via Kent OS)
 
*Epping: 450 Jackdaw on meadow by swaines grn 1400 (Roger Emmens via Essex BwS)
 
*Finchley "N3": 1 Collared Dove sitting on chimney pot. Not a rare bird as such but only the third time I've seen one in my neighbourhood [all three sightings within the last year]. Looks like they might be moving into the area. (Philipp Wirtz)
 
*Finsbury Park: f Pochard x Tufted Duck hybrid, 75 Redwing, 2 Nuthatch, 2 Coal Tit, 2 Green Woodpecker (Niall T Keogh)
 
*Hogsmill STW: incl '''Jack Snipe''' (John Gale per Surrey BC)
 
*[[London Wetland Centre]]: 54 Shoveler [site count], 53 Wigeon [site count], 4 Pintail, Goldeneye res lagoon, Bittern flew from res lagoon to main lake 1625, 170 Cormorant main lake, 89 Lapwing, 3 Redwing (WWT website); incl Water Pipit still (Matthew Cunningham via eBird); also incl Yellow-legged Gull (Kevin Guest via BirdTrack)
 
*Margravine Cemetery: 4 Redwing, Great Spotted Woodpecker (Nathalie Mahieu)
 
*Poulter Park "Wandle Trail north of Pk": '''Yellow-browed Warbler''', '''Siberian Chiffchaff''' still 1330 (BirdGuides); both still present and showing well [YBW also vocal] 1550 (Matthew Cunningham); also up to 13 Chiffchaff ssp ''collybita'', '''3''' Siberian Chiffchaff ssp ''tristis'' [2 w/ YBW & 1 at back of Watermeads NR], 2 Blackcap, 2 '''Firecrest''' (Arjun Dutta tweet)
 
*[[Rainham RSPB]]: 2 Marsh Harrier, Jack Snipe, ad Mediterranean Gull (Howard Vaughan via ELBF FB)
 
*[[Rye Meads RSPB]]: ''now reopened except for kingfisher_hide where ongoing work continues'' [RSPB tweet at 0930]
 
*Seventy Acres Lake: 1 Bittern opp bittern_hide 13.30hrs, 1 Water Rail (Edwin Sapatsch); 2 Bittern still (BirdGuides)
 
*Springfield Park "E5": 2 Wigeon m f [present for last five weeks], 25 Fieldfare (Marcin Kempa)
 
*Walthamstow Wetlands: 3 Goldeneye m 2f, 2 Wigeon m f, Common Snipe, Stonechat, 2 Chiffchaff, Sparrowhawk (Lol Bodini, Niall T Keogh); '''Firecrest''', Peregrine, Kingfisher, 6 Teal (Daniel Whitelegg)
 
*Wandle Park, Colliers Wood: Little Egret (Julie Hillman per comm Keith Bates)
 
   
=='''Sunday 9th February 2020'''==
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==='''Government Advice on Coronavirus'''===
*Alexandra Park: 2 Greylag Geese, 3 Northern Shoveler 2m f, Common Chiffchaff, Grey Wagtail all at Wood Green Reservoir (Dominic Mitchell); 778 Black-headed Gull, 30+ Common Gull, 209 Carrion Crow pre dusk (Sam Jones per Bob Watts)
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'''''Please follow Government advice about coronavirus: do not make unnecessary journeys and maintain social distancing. '''''
*[[Brent Reservoir]]: Chiffchaff behind dam (Andrew Self)
 
*Creekmouth, Barking: ad '''Mediterranean Gull''', 1 Yellow-legged Gull 1w, 1 Chiffchaff, 3 Cetti's Warbler, 2 Grey Wagtail, 2 Meadow Pipit (Calum Mckellar)
 
*Lewisham "Algernon Rd": Blackcap m in garden (Conrad Ellam)
 
*London Wetland Centre: ad '''Mediterranean Gull''', ad '''Iceland Gull''' [at mid-aft'n per BirdGuides], ad '''Caspian Gull''', 3 Shelduck, Peregrine, 48 Cormorant, Water Pipit (WWT website/Twitter)
 
*Watermeadows Open Space "BR5": 3 Little Grebe, 2 Redwing, Kingfisher, Kestrel (Jack Headley)
 
*Woodberry Wetlands "Site only partially open": 2 Shoveler, 5 Teal (Chris Farthing)
 
*Woodford Green: A challenging day for all!, the odd Wood Pigeon, Corvids and Gulls aloft and even Common Buzzard close in to house at chimney height, managing (just!), to continue South before being swept East over the roof during a sudden strong gust. At the feeders 20+ Blue Tit, up to six Long-tailed Tit, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Nuthatch, Coal Tit and Great Tit present, which in turn attracted the attentions of a male Sparrowhawk several times to the ''swaying'' feeders, finishing off with a very loud Tawny Owl during a lull period at 17.10pm and he certainly did give a ''Hoot'' for the days events! (Ken Murray)
 
   
=='''Saturday 8th February 2020'''==
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=='''Friday 5th June 2020'''==
*Alexandra Park: 2 '''Firecrest''' Conservation Area, 3 Shoveler 2m f Wood Green Res (APOG Birders)
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*Brookmill Park: Stock Dove, 2 Song Thrush, 3 singing Blackcap, 2 Goldcrest juvs (Conrad Ellam)
*Battersea Park Lake: 190 Cormorants in 2 roosts (all fly in from west), fledged Grey Heron (still has pink beak at base) 15 nests, pr Teal, 28 Shoveler, 3 Gadwall, 5 Pochard, 3 pr Mandarin, pr Egyptian Geese, 7 Common Gull (Michael Mac)
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*Bushy Park: Little Egret, Kestrel, 2 Barn Swallow, 3 Skylark, 1 Meadow Pipit, 5 Swift, 2 Goldcrest, 3 Nuthatch, 14 Chiffchaff, 10 Blackcap, 3 Reed Bunting, 11 Great Spotted Woodpecker, 8 Green Woodpecker, 8 Chaffinch (Spencer Neal)
*Biggin Hill "Kent": incl Coal Tit, 4 '''Firecrest''' 3 & 1 reported, 3 Goldcrest, Nuthatch am (Michael Healy via eBird)
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*Wanstead Flats: 7 Pochard (6m), 20+ Swift, Sparrowhawk, Kestrel, 2m Skylark (Wanstead Birders)
*Boxer's Lake: 2 Cormorant, 9 Grey Heron 6ad 3imm incl three occupied nests w/ two birds sitting and a leucistic ad, 2 Mute Swan ad w/ orange darvic 4DQC and 1st-winter, 2 Egyptian Goose pr, 2m Common Pochard, 6 Tufted Duck 3m 3f, Black-headed Gull incl yellow darvic-ringed T8UC from Poland, 2ad Lesser Black-backed Gull, Great Spotted Woodpecker drumming (Robert Callf)
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*Wanstead Park: m Reed Warbler, Great Crested Grebe (Sean Kerrigan)
*Brookmill Park: 6 Redwing, Blackcap, Goldcrest, Coal Tit (Conrad Ellam)
 
*Broxbourne Woods "1430-1530": '''Hawfinch''' into roost 1500 (Laurence Drummond tweet)
 
*Bushy Park: 6 Goldfinch, 6 Great Spotted Woodpecker, Greenfinch, 4 Green Woodpecker, Little Egret, Mistle Thrush, Nuthatch, 6 Redwing (Ian R Watson)
 
*Creekmouth, Barking: juv '''Iceland Gull''' still am (Tony Brown tweet w/ Shaun Harvey); also incl 2 Oystercatcher pm (Alan Lewis via eBird); Siberian Chiffchaff still (BirdGuides)
 
*Dollis Valley Walk "Greenwalk": 3 '''Firecrest''' in trees along Mutton Brook nr Henly's Corner (Philipp Wirtz)
 
*Erith: Chiffchaff at end of Crabtree Manorway (Rich Bonser, Dante Shepherd)
 
*Fairlop Waters: 25 Golden Plover, 66 Lapwing, 2 Bullfinch, 2 Common Snipe, 5 Skylark, Redwing, Fieldfare, Little Owl (Alan Thomas/Neil Twyford)
 
*Ferny Hill Farm "private access": 2 Yellowhammer m f, 5 Reed Bunting (Pete Lowman)
 
*Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park: Little Grebe, Song Thrush (John Bushall)
 
*Hall Marsh: incl 2 Cattle Egret still (Paul Gymer via Essex BwS)
 
*Hampstead Heath "Model Boat Pond": pr Great Crested Grebes close together but not displaying (Philipp Wirtz)
 
*[[Hilfield Park Reservoir]]: 1 ad Mediterranean Gull in roost, 1 'white' Black-headed Gull [regular bird where grey is replaced with white] (Tony Blake)
 
*Hogsmill STW: '''Great Egret''' in Hogsmill R by new pond mid-aft (S O'Keeffe per Surrey BC)
 
*Holyfield Hall Farm: incl 2 Peregrine, Raven, 150 Linnet canal field (Andrew Middleton tweet)
 
*[[Island Barn Reservoir]]: "restricted view fr Molesey Heath TQ133672": 2 '''Great Northern Diver''' still then one left am, also leucistic Black-headed Gull (Dave Harris tweet)
 
*[[London Wetland Centre]]: incl 3 Shelduck, 4 Pintail, Goldeneye, Bittern, 76 Cormorant, Yellow-legged Gull fr wwf hide still, Kestrel, 5 Redwing (WWT website); 2 '''Bittern''', 1ad '''Iceland Gull''' [at 11:30 per BirdGuides], 1f Sparrowhawk (Martin Honey & B Page); incl 85 Cormorant, 77 Lapwing, '''9''' Cetti's Warbler, Water Pipit (via BirdTrack)
 
*Margravine Cemetery: 3 Great Spotted Woodpecker 2f 1m (Nathalie Mahieu)
 
*Oakwood Park: m Blackcap (Robert Callf)
 
*Perivale Park: 2 Kingfisher chasing along adj R Brent, 5 Great Spotted Woodpecker 3&2, 2 Green Woodpecker, Goldcrest, 70+ Linnet, 15+ Goldfinch, 40+ Chaffinch, m Reed Bunting (Neil Anderson)
 
*Poulter Park "Wandle Trail north of Pk": '''Yellow-browed Warbler''', 2 '''Siberian Chiffchaff''', '''Firecrest''' still early-am (BirdGuides); also 5 Chiffchaff, Blackcap, 6 Goldcrest, Little Egret (Andrew Self); '''3''' Firecrest 3pm (Rhys Evans & 3 other people whose names I didn't catch)
 
*[[Queen Mother Reservoir]] "permit only": 3 '''Oystercatcher''' 0830 (Brian Crathorne via Berks BN)
 
*[[Rainham RSPB]]: incl 42 Shelduck, 91 Shoveler, 14 Gadwall, 765 Wigeon, 16 Pintail, 461 Teal, 34 Pochard, 19 Tufted Duck, 4 Marsh Harrier, 2 Common Buzzard, c1000 Lapwing, 4 Curlew, Black-tailed Godwit, Ruff, 52 Common Snipe, 15 Redshank, Water Rail, Peregrine, Raven, 5 Skylark, 6 Cetti’s Warbler, Chiffchaff, 6 Stonechat, 1000 Starling, 11 Reed Bunting (Alan Shearman via ELBF FB)
 
*Richmond Park: 1 Red Kite (Hugh Bradshaw)
 
*[[Riddlesdown]]: incl 3 Bullfinch (Derek Kelly via Croydon Birders)
 
*[[Sevenoaks WR]]: incl 7 Reed Bunting (via BirdTrack)
 
*Seventy Acres Lake "Fishers Grn": '''Bittern''' opp bittern_watchpt 1115 (BirdGuides/Philip Butson via BirdTrack); also incl another '''Bittern''' at n end of lake (Lee Valley RP volunteers via sightings blog)
 
*[[Staines Moor]]: incl 4 Water Pipit still (Chris Jones via BirdTrack)
 
*[[Staines Reservoir]] "WeBS count": 11 Shelduck, 17 Shoveler, 62 Gadwall, 153 Wigeon, 23 Teal, 6 Pochard, 219 Tufted Duck, m '''Scaup''' n basin, Long-tailed Duck s basin sw cnr still, 52 Goldeneye, Little Grebe, 13 Black-necked Grebe s basin, 3 Water Pipit n basin (Allan Goddard tweet)
 
*Stanstead Abbotts Lakes - N lake: Shelduck, Green Sandpiper, Siskin (Jane Free via Herts BC)
 
*Stave Hill: '''Firecrest''' at turbine (Richard Page-Jones tweet)
 
*Thamesmead: 3 '''Caspian Gulls''' all 1st-winter, 9+ Yellow-legged Gulls, 1st-winter Mediterranean Gull on Thames off Greenhaven Dr (Rich Bonser, Dante Shepherd)
 
*Totteridge: Red Kite over Buckingham Ave (Samuel Levy on behalf of local resident)
 
*Totteridge Valley: Little Owl, Kestrel, Common Buzzard, 4 Siskin, Fieldfare, 55 Redwing, c180 Black-headed Gull (John Colmans)
 
*Trent Park: Cormorant, 12 Mandarin 9m 3f, f Pochard, pr Tufted Duck (Pete Lowman)
 
*Valentines Park: '''Turtle Dove''' on island w/ Collared Doves still (BirdGuides)
 
*Watermeadows Open Space "BR5": singing Blackcap [first this year], 3 Little Grebe, 3 Redwing (Jack Headley)
 
*Whitewebbs Wood: incl 6 Shoveler, 4 Teal, 14 Mandarin, Common Buzzard, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Kestrel, Coal Tit, Goldcrest, Nuthatch, 6 Siskin (Andy Holmes via BirdTrack) ''I strongly suspect that some of these records relate to Wildwoods Lake - which is a private site'' - RM Callf
 
*Woolwich: ad Yellow-legged Gull off King Henry's Wharf (Rich Bonser, Dante Shepherd)
 
*Wraysbury GPs: '''Lesser Spotted Woodpecker''' drumming by river TQ016734 at 12:35 then N (Roger Morton tweet)
 
   
=='''Friday 7th February 2020'''==
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=='''Thursday 4th June 2020'''==
*Alexandra Park: 2 '''Firecrest''' Conservation Wood [male and a duller individual possibly female], 7 Pochard, Redwing, 2 Peregrine (APOG Birders)
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*Alexandra Park: 3 Little Egret, 2+ House Martin, Peregrine (APOG Birders)
*[[Bow Creek Ecology Park]]: Common Sandpiper, 3 Redshank, Cetti's Warbler (Tom Speller via BirdTrack)
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*Brent Reservoir NR: Little Ringed Plover, also reported, Common Ringed Plover (Bob Husband)
*Brookmill Park: Kingfisher, Stock Dove, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Song Thrush, Blackcap (Conrad Ellam)
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*Chelsea (Albert Bridge): 10 Swift (Michael Mac)
*Buckland Sand Pits: incl 11 Egyptian Goose, 4 Gadwall, 9 Wigeon, 6 Tufted Duck, 6 Little Grebe, Grey Heron, 3 Cormorant, Common Buzzard, Kestrel, Rook, 3 Coal Tit, 2 Goldcrest, Nuthatch, 3 Redwing, Grey Wagtail, 30 Siskin, 2 Reed Bunting (David Campbell via BirdTrack)
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*Churchill Gardens "Pimlico": c35 House Sparrow - no nests in the usual hedge but pr feeding chicks in nest in metal tubular pipe (Michael Mac)
*Bunhill Fields Burial Ground "Bunhill Fields": Greenfinch (James Palmer)
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*Fulham Reach "Thames": 2 Oystercatcher, Sand Martins, Little Egret (Nathalie Mahieu)
*Cowley: 4 Common Buzzard 2 returning pairs displaying am (Roger Morton tweet)
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*Greenford UB6 "Garden": 2 Greenfinch pr on feeders - first in years (Martin Smith)
*Erith Pier: colour-ringed adult '''Mediterranean Gull''', 200 Dunlin, 150 Redshank, 20 Shelduck (Alan Wilkinson)
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*Hampstead Heath: Common Tern, Peregrine caught a Mistle Thrush at 0630, Kestrel (Matt Evans)
*Ferny Hill Farm "private access": 14 Mandarin Duck, 2 Common Buzzard, 16+ Stock Dove, 6f/imm Reed Bunting (Robert Callf)
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*Horsenden Hill west: 8 Whitethroat singing and display flight, 2 Greenfinch, 3 or 4 Reed Warbler Canal Ponds (Martin Smith)
*Finsbury Square: 8 Pied Wagtail, 17 Starling (James Palmer)
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*Horton Country Park: Little Owl (Bob Smith)
*Greenford "town centre": Red Kite circling low upsetting large Feral Pigeon flock (Neil Anderson)
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*Purfleet: Sanderling, 2 Dunlin, 8 Ringed Plover, 48 Swift (Fraser Simpson)
*Greenwich Park: 20 Redwing (Ray Crouch)
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*Pymmes Park: Little Grebe, 5 Egyptian Goose pr & 3 yng, m Tufted Duck, Black-headed Gull, Swift, m Grey Wagtail, Goldcrest, 4 Nuthatch 2 ad 2 juvs (Robert Callf)
*Hampstead Heath "Parliament Hill": m '''Stonechat''' on the double fencing ''Which fence is that with the stonechat? Did it fly off already? Jamie'', also 100 Redwings and 30 Goldfinches roving around the Hill area (Pete Mantle); 21 Greenfinch, 20 Goldfinch, 3 Gadwall, Mandarin Duck, Sparrowhawk, two Common Gull, 5 Mistle Thrush, Grey Wagtail, Great Crested Grebes beginning courtship but interrupted by helicopter (Jamie Cedar) ''Also i've decided I wrongly identified those 'yellow legged gulls' I reported last month. Sorry about that! Jamie'' The Stonechat was perched on and feeding around the temporary double wire fence running north and downhill from the viewpoint. I think this area will be reseeded soon PM
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*Ruislip Lido/Woods: 56 ad & 2 young Canada Geese, 2 Egyptian Geese pr, 4 Gadwall, 3 Great Crested Grebe, 2 Little Egret, Red Kite, 3 Common Buzzard 10 Black-headed Gull [2 pr on raft with brood of 3 young], 8 Common Tern on raft [also at least 1 chick], c100 Swift, 15+ House Martin, 4 Grey Wagtail inc family of three, 7 Pied Wagtail, 10+ Greenfinch (Neil Anderson)
*Hyde Park/Kensington Gardens: 149 Mute Swan, 79 Egyptian Goose, 21 Gadwall, 4 Shoveler, Red-crested Pochard m, 9 Pochard, 5 Great Crested Grebe, c800 Black-headed Gull, 77 Common Gull, 30 Herring Gull, 2 Great Spotted Woodpecker, Fieldfare, c70 Redwing southern end of Parade Ground, 2 Mistle Thrush (Des McKenzie)
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*St Paul's Cray: pair Great Spotted Woodpecker seen continuously returning to presumed nest site in Normanhurst Rd (Jack Headley)
*Kingston: Common Buzzard behind refuse and recycling centre at Chapel Mill Road (Nigel Jackman)
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*Totteridge Valley/Darlands Lake: '''Cuckoo '''singing east of Darlands but very mobile (Sue Widdowfield),
*[[London Wetland Centre]]: 3 Shelduck, 6 Pintail, 3 Bittern, 4 Water Rail, 80 Lapwing, ad Yellow-legged Gull main lake fr wwf hide pm, Siskin (WWT website); also Water Pipit still (Twitter)
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*Twickenham: 2 Common Buzzard soaring high over Strawberry Hill golf course at 1100 (Mike Foster)
*Lonsdale Rd Res "part of WeBS": pr Shelduck, 6 Egyptian Geese 3 pr [2 pr in trees prospecting], 26 Teal, 21 Shoveler, 2 singing Stock Dove, 8+ Redwing (Neil Anderson)
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*Upper College Farm "Bexley": 19 Swift in small groups all heading NW, 7 Swallow, 3 Kestrel, Common Buzzard, 12 Whitethroat, 6 Blackcap, 2 Song Thrush, 2 Chaffinch, 4 Skylark, Greenfinch, Pheasant (m), 3 Chiffchaff, 11 Herring Gull (Bernie Weight)
*Phipps Tram Stop: f Peregrine on Pylon, 10+ House Sparrows in bush (Michael Mac)
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*Walthamstow Wetlands: 250+ Swifts, c100 House Martin, 3prs Shelduck with young, 4prs Common Tern nesting, Kingfisher (Walthamstow Birders)
*Poulter Park "Wandle Trail": '''Yellow-browed Warbler''' briefly at 3:40pm flew over from blue lorry side of river, 5 Meadow Pipits on rough field by house, male Kestrel (Michael Mac); 2 '''Siberian Chiffchaff''', 10 Chiffchaff, Peregrine over (Bob Smith); also incl '''2''' Firecrest, 2+ Goldcrest, 4 Redwing, Grey Wagtail (Bill Shimmers tweet); also incl Little Grebe, singing Cetti's Warbler (Mark Bravery tweet); also Common Snipe, 3 Blackcap incl 2 singing, Siskin (Jake Klavins et al)
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*Wanstead Flats: 5m Skylark, 2m Meadow Pipit, 10+ Swift (Nick Croft)
*Richmond Park: 2 Common Buzzard, Little Grebe, 2 Egyptian Goose [breeding pair have lost all their ten young], Red Kite, Peregrine, '''Dartford Warbler''' (Friday Bird Group)
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*Wanstead Park: 12+ House Martin, 40+ Swift, Reed Warbler, Little Egret, Red Kite, Peregrine Falcon (Wanstead Birders)
*Sidcup: Little Egret, Grey Wagtail, Nuthatch, Common Buzzard over fr footpath beside R Shuttle nr bridge jn of Willersley Ave/Haddon Grove (Eric Brown)
 
*[[Staines Moor]]: 3 Red Kite, 1-2 Woodcock, m Stonechat in brief look (Lee Dingain tweet); also incl Little Egret, Kestrel, 21 Skylark, 40 Fieldfare (Dick Haydon via BirdTrack)
 
*Staines Reservoirs: '''13''' Black-necked Grebe on S basin E end early pm, 30 Great Crested Grebe, 17 Shelduck, 105 Wigeon, 23 Gadwall, 18 Teal, 21 Goldeneye, 1 Redshank, 1 Water Pipit N basin E end (Franko J Maroevic); also m '''Scaup''' n basin nr causeway pm (Jim Sweetland tweet)
 
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*Stocker's Lake: Vast flock of Jackdaws gathering for roost. Picture shows some of them (Richard Francis)
 
*[[Swanscombe Marsh]] “9.30-12.15 mid morning HT”: 36 Gadwall river [r], 47 Teal r, 28 Mallard r, 23 Redshank r, 4 Turnstone r, 6 Cormorant r, 2 Rock Pipit [1 ''littoralis'' characteristics], 1 Shelduck [downriver], 2 Common Gull r, 2 Black-headed Gull [CR 2HSD & 2HKK], 2 Great Black-backed Gull [CR WF5T], 1 Kestrel, 2 Reed Bunting f, 2 Fieldfare, 1 Stonechat f, 27 Greylag Goose, 2 Canada Goose, 3 Cett'is Warbler h (Roger Keith/Paul Larkin)
 
*The Barbican: Grey Heron (James Palmer)
 
*[[Thorndon CP]] "n section 0900-1300": incl 5 Fieldfare, 100+ Redwing, prob '''Hawfinch''' over old pk [n end], '''10+''' Bullfinch old pk area nr dog pond (Andrew Cox via Essex BwS)
 
*Trent Park: 3 Cormorant, 6 Mandarin Duck 3m 3f, m Eurasian Teal lower lake, 3 Tufted Duck m 2f, 2 Common Buzzard, Green Woodpecker, 6 Great Spotted Woodpecker, Grey Wagtail water-outlet lower lake, 11 Long-tailed Tit incl one carrying nesting material, 4 Coal Tit incl singing m, 14 Blue Tit, 6 Great Tit, 2 Nuthatch, 2 Treecreeper incl singing m, m Chaffinch (Robert Callf)
 
*[[Tyttenhanger GPs]] "fishing lake": Little Egret, 15+ Common Snipe, 4 Bullfinch, 11+ Siskin (TyttGP tweet)
 
*Woodoaks Farm: incl 3 Meadow Pipit, c100 Linnet am (Paul Lewis via eBird)
 
*Yeading: Red Kite (Neil Anderson)
 
   
=='''Thursday 6th February 2020'''==
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=='''Wednesday 3rd June 2020'''==
*[[Amwell NR]] "Gt Hardmead L": incl Water Rail h nr viewpt, '''Oystercatcher''' w/ ring arr'd at dusk, Caspian Gull 1w still aft (Allan Meadows via Herts BC/Ron Cousins tweet); {Pipistrelle bat chased by Black-headed Gull pm} (Allan Meadows tweet)
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*Alexandra Park: Red Kite, 3 Little Egret fishing Wood Green Res 0730 with 4th bird 1229, Peregrine with Starling prey (APOG Birders)
*Brentford: singing Chiffchaff by GU Canal next to railway bridge (Michael E Robinson)
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*Bushy Park: Red Kite 0930, Cetti's Warbler, 2 Common Whitethroat, Nuthatch, 3 Swift (Spencer Neal)
*Brookmill Park: Stock Dove, Redwing, Song Thrush (Conrad Ellam); Kingfisher 1507 (Tom Moulton)
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*East Dulwich: Red Kite over garden (Steven Robinson)
*Cheshunt Lakes: 2 Cattle Egret, 6 Common Snipe, up to 20 Lapwing, 6-7 Goosander, 20+ Wigeon, 3 Water Rail, 6 Cetti's Warbler, Chiffchaff, Goldcrest, Red Kite, 3 Common Buzzard, Sparrowhawk, Kestrel, 10 Fieldfare (Nick Croft)
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*Mundania Rd East Dulwich: 1 Swift (went to check on Swifts coming to roost. Last 2 years 60-70, maybe more. This evening, a solitary bird. Paul Francis)
*Creekmouth: juv '''Iceland Gull''' on sewage works settling pools and around buildings on e side of creek early aft (Sean Huggins and David Bradshaw)
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*Enfield Town "Chase Green Grdns": 2 Nuthatch ad feeding juv (Robert Callf)
*Dellsome Bottom nr Hatfield: 5 Stonechat pr at TL219059 pr at TL221060 & f at TL223058 (Steven Pearce via Herts BC)
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*Forty Hall CP: m Kingfisher perched, Chiffchaff singing, m Goldcrest singing, 5 Nuthatch pr & 3juvs, juv Treecreeper (Robert Callf)
*Epsom Downs "incl Walton Downs": incl 2 Common Buzzard, 2 Little Owl, Kestrel, 2 Coal Tit, '''Marsh Tit''', 3 Skylark, Goldcrest, 2 Nuthatch, 9 Fieldfare, 2 Redwing, Meadow Pipit (Kevin Guest via BirdTrack)
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*Guy Lodge Farm: f Kestrel, 9 Stock Dove 5ad 4juvs, Barn Swallow, ad Pied Wagtail, 2ad Mistle Thrsh pr, 8+ Rook 7ad & 1+ juv begging, m Greenfinch singing, Linnet (Robert Callf)
*Ferny Hill Farm "private access": 13 Mandarin Duck, 8+ f/imm Reed Bunting (Robert Callf)
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*Hollies, Sidcup: 3 Red Kite 1040 one, then two more towards Eltham, Chiffchaff, Blackcap, Goldcrest, Stock Dove, 8 Swift, Song Thrush (Eric Brown)
*Fetcham Mill Pond: Water Rail, 2 Stonechat, Redpoll (Mark Davis via BirdTrack)
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*Isle of Dogs: Red Kite low NW over garden 0955 (Sean Huggins)
*Golders Hill Park: resident pr Egyptian Geese & 7yg still as of Monday [no ''Larus'' gulls or Canada Geese seen], 45+ Redwing in deer pen, Mistle Thrush (James Levy)
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*Mudchute Farm: Reed Warbler singing (Sean Huggins)
*Greenwich Ecology Park: Little Grebe, Redwing (John Bushell)
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*Pinner HA5: 6 Swift (Nigel Barratt)
*Greenwich Peninsula "O2 mudflats": ad '''Mediterranean Gull''' with nearly full black hood 1700 (Mike Paice)
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*Raynes Park "Garden SW20": Greenfinch (Paula Redmond)
*Hall Marsh Scrape: incl 20 Wigeon, 7 Goosander, 2 Cattle Egret still, 3 Water Rail, 6 Common Snipe, 6 Cetti's Warbler, Goldcrest, 10 Fieldfare (Nick Croft per ELBF FB)
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*Rainham Thames: 10 Ringed Plover, 2 Dunlin, '''Sanderling''' on mud east of mouth River Darent, 30 Shelduck, Oystercatcher, Avocet Aveley Bay (Steve Bacon)
*Hampstead Heath "Parliament Hill": House Sparrow in tree next to cafe uncommon here (Reuben Braddock); "woodland north of Viaduct Pond" 2 Great Spotted Woodpecker following each other around canopies of large beech trees, "Bird Sanctuary Pond" m Kestrel passing over pond NW to SE and back (Philipp Wirtz)
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*Sidcup DA14 Garden 14.15: Peregrine, Swift (Bernie Weight)
*Heathrow: 32 Common Snipe, 4 '''Jack Snipe''' (Adam Cheeseman)
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*Sidcup DA15: 6 Red Kite 3W 1026 1SW 1115 2W 1412, Common Buzzard, Sparrowhawk with prey, 4 House Martin, Blackcap singing also another Red Kite W over Marechal Neil Parade 1540 (Ian Stewart)
*[[Holmethorpe SPs]]: Green Sandpiper glebe lake aft (Gordon Hay per Surrey BC)
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*Teddington: Common Tern by Stevens Ait, Kingfisher ditto (Mike Foster)
*King George V Res "permit only": imm m Hooded Merganser south basin 12.30 [per female but with dark bill & bright yellow eye] presumed escape but no rings seen when diving [but difficult to see clearly] (Ian Lycett) ''IL - BNGs etc now separated under Wm Girling post below [assuming all were seen there]''
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*Totteridge Valley/Darlands Lake: '''Cuckoo '''singing 0900 until at least 0930 in area between Darlands Lake and Finchley Nurseries garden centre (Tom Stewart); Cuckoo still between 1100 and 1300 but very mobile, also 4 Mandarin Duck, 40+ Swift, 2 Lapwing, 2 Black-headed Gull, Grey Heron, Little Egret, Sparrowhawk, 5 Red Kite, Hobby, 6 Rook, 15 Swallow, 11 House Martin, Willow Warbler, 19 Chiffchaff, 17 Blackcap, 2 Lesser Whitethroat, 14 Common Whitethroat, 2 Goldcrest, 6 Nuthatch, 4 Starling, 5 Mistle Thrush, Pied Wagtail, 5 Bullfinch, 6 Linnet inc pair with two recently fledged young (Samuel Levy & Bob Husband)
*Leatherhead "Randalls Way": 1 Common Buzzard drifted E 13:00 (Neil Batten)
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*Twickenham: Red Kite flying quite low north-west over Stanley rd/Hampton rd at 1515 (Mike Foster)
*[[Little Britain Lake]]: incl 8 Gadwall, 30 Tufted Duck, 4 Little Grebe, 2 Great Crested Grebe, 5+ Grey Heron, Little Egret, 15 Cormorant, Red Kite Chiffchaff, Goldcrest, Grey Wagtail pm (Barnaby Briggs via eBird)
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*Wanstead Flats: 4-6 Red Kite [judging by the numbers above–probably at the higher end!], 3 Buzzard, Sparrowhawk, 2 Hobby, Peregrine Falcon, Kestrel, 47 Black-headed Gull through inc flock of 36 east, Reed Warbler, Lesser Whitethroat, 3m Skylark, 2m Meadow Pipit, 3 Swallow, 2 House Martin north, 2 Sand Martin, 40+ Swift (Wanstead Birders)
*[[London Wetland Centre]]: Common Buzzard circled then SE 1310, Bittern, 5 Water Rail, 10 Redwing, Meadow Pipit W, Water Pipit (WWT website)
 
*Mardyke Valley, Stifford - Aveley: incl Shelduck, 11 Fieldfare, 3 Reed Bunting (Ruth Barnes via BirdTrack)
 
*[[Morden Hall Park]]: incl 2 Skylark early-am (Steve Patmore via eBird)
 
*Orsett "Dunning’s Ln": Common Buzzard, Kestrel, 115 Skylark, 47 House Sparrow, Grey Wagtail (Alan Shearman per ELBF FB)
 
*Orsett Fen: incl 2 Kestrel, m '''Merlin''', 2 Peregrine, 472 Starling (Alan Shearman per ELBF FB)
 
*Poulter Park "Wandle Trail north of Pk": Cetti's Warbler, '''Yellow-browed Warbler''', 10 Chiffchaff, 2 '''Siberian Chiffchaff''' [''tristis'' ssp], Blackcap c10.00 (Steve Gale tweets); "11-12.30ish" f '''Firecrest''', 6+ Wren, {Fox lazing nr YBW} (Paul Francis)
 
*Rainham Marshes: 2 '''Firecrests''' m & f cordite area, Chiffchaff, Peregrine, 2 Marsh Harriers (Sean Huggins and David Bradshaw)
 
*Ravensbury Park: incl 12 Teal, 2 Tufted Duck, Little Grebe, Grey Heron, Kingfisher, 2 Coal Tit, Chiffchaff, 2 Nuthatch am (Steve Patmore via eBird)
 
*St James's Park: Shelduck fully-winged m associating w/ collection birds [wary so thought to be a wild bird] (Bill Haines)
 
*South Lodge Farm: ad m Sparrowhawk low over field 1237 (Robert Callf)
 
*Springwell Lake: incl 6 Gadwall, Kingfisher, Chiffchaff, 2 Reed Bunting (Paul Lewis via eBird)
 
*Stoneleigh "Station KT17": 2m Blackcap [1 singing], 1 Redwing am (Neil Batten)
 
*Trent Park: 2 Cormorant, 19 Mandarin Duck 12m 7f upper lake, f Common Pochard, 3 Tufted Duck m 2f, f, 3 Common Buzzard, f Kestrel, 2 Green Woodpecker, Great Spotted Woodpecker, 5 Song Thrush incl three singing m, 2 '''Firecrest''' - one foraging in laurel SW edge of Rough Lot 1345, another SW edge of Moat Wd 1446 (Robert Callf); 2m Tawny Owl calling Ride Wood/Camlet Hill (Gal James)
 
*Walthamstow Wetlands: incl Peregrine, Sparrowhawk, Kestrel, m Bearded Tit showing well on no1 reedbed w/ Reed Buntings c12.50 (Peter Cotgreave)
 
*[[Wandsworth Common]]: '''Lesser Spotted Woodpecker''' [1st since Dec 2015] in trees by railway betw Bellevue Rd & lake 0915 (Peter White tweet)
 
*Watermeads: incl 5 Gadwall, 8 Teal, Grey Heron, Kingfisher, Kestrel, Coal Tit, Chiffchaff, Grey Wagtail am (Steve Patmore via eBird)
 
*[[William Girling Reservoir]] "viewed fr Mansfield Pk": 32 Goldeneye, 2 Goosander, 8 Meadow Pipit, 2 '''Black-necked Grebes''' (Ian Lycett)
 
*Worcester Park: Little Egret, Peregrine on horsefields (Bob Smith)
 
   
=='''Wednesday 5th February 2020'''==
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=='''Tuesday 2nd June 2020'''==
*Alexandra Park: 1-2 '''Firecrest''' Conservation Wood, Redwing, Peregrine (APOG Birders)
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*Alexandra Park: Little Grebe Wood Green Res, House Martin, 20+ Swift, Peregrine (APOG Birders)
*[[Belhus Woods CP]]: incl Shelduck, 51 Wigeon, Woodcock, Green Sandpiper, Skylark, 3 Cetti's Warbler, Chiffchaff, 128 Fieldfare, 26 Redwing, 13 Siskin, 2 Reed Bunting (Ruth Barnes via BirdTrack); also '''Long-eared Owl''' [Ldn foy] (Alan Shearman per ELBF FB)
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*Barnes Cray: Cuckoo still singing, Blackcap, 2 Cetti’s Warbler, 2+ Reed Warbler, Chiffchaff, Reed Bunting {Banded Demoiselle, Azure Damselfly, several Blue-tailed Damselfly, Hairy Dragonfly} (Ian Stewart)
*Black Park "Bucks": Raven N 1550 (John Edwards via Bucks BN)
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*Battersea Bridge: 200 Starling- 2 hour period trickle of birds going into long established roost (Michael Mac)
*Brixton "Hill, Blenheim Gardens Estate": m Blackcap, 8 Goldfinches (Tony Stones)
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*Berrylands garden: Kestrel, c.300 Ring-necked Parakeet NW, 56 Stock Dove NW, 8 Swift {pipistrelle sp. hunting low over garden at dusk, no Bat Detector but vocal Robin in adjacent garden} (Nick Tanner)
*Coulsdon "Woodfield Hill, Surrey": incl '''Brambling''' (John Gowers via BirdTrack)
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*Bromley (Shortlands): 14 Red Kites (all singles apart from one group of 4) all moving north-west between 5pm and 7pm - presumably part of the movement through Kent earlier in the day (Martin Birch)
*Coursers Farm: 3 Red Kite, 3 Stonechat 2f m along track by M25 embankment nr jn22 [TL197032], Grey Wagtail, 12 Yellowhammer fdr (Rupert Evershed via Twitter/Herts BC)
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*Bushy Park: Cetti's Warbler, Chaffinch, 4 Chiffchaff, Dunnock, 3 Great Spotted Woodpecker, Kestrel, Reed Bunting, 2 Song Thrush, 5 Skylark, 4 Swallow, 17+ Swift, 2 Whitethroat (Ian R Watson)
*Cremorne Gardens: 15 Gadwall on Thames (Des McKenzie)
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*Chelsea: Red Kite (high up looked very black apart from white patches) briefly mobbed by Peregrine, 3 Swifts (Michael Mac)
*Croxley Common Moor: incl Red Kite, Kestrel (Paul Lewis via eBird)
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*Dartford Marshes: 2+ Gadwall, 3 Little Egret, Sparrowhawk, Peregrine, 2 Oystercatcher, 8 Ringed Plover, 12+ Lapwing, summer plumaged '''Sanderling''', 2 Dunlin, 10+ Redshank, 2+ Common Tern 1 flying down Darent towards Thames with food, 2-3 Cuckoo, Great Spotted Woodpecker, 15+ Skylark, 3+ Meadow Pipit, 4+ Blackcap, 15+ Whitethroat, Lesser Whitethroat, 10+ Cetti’s Warbler, 15+ Reed Warbler, 6+ Chiffchaff, 5+ Reed Bunting {Blue-tailed Damselflies, Emperor, Black-tailed Skimmer} (Ian Stewart)
*Enfield Town "Church St EN2": 21 Greenfinch pre-roost gathering 1615 (Robert Callf)
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*Finchley "Garden N3": 2 Red Kite, 5 Common Buzzard, 8 Swift, Collared Dove. (Samuel Levy)
*Foots Cray Meadows: Kingfisher, Little Egret, 10 Little Grebe, 2 Water Rail, 5 Tufted Duck, 4 Song Thrush singing, 3 Egyptian Goose, Grey Wagtail, Green Woodpecker, Gadwall m, Common Gull, 28 Black-headed Gull (Bernie Weight)
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*Finchley Golf Club: Red Kite, Kestrel (Samuel Levy)
*Islington Green: Mistle Thrush singing vigorously above the roar of traffic (John Colmans)
 
*[[Lloyd Park|Lloyd Park, Croydon]]: Red-legged Partridge by Mapledale Rd entrance (Peter Phillips via Croydon Birders)
 
*[[London Wetland Centre]]: 2 Shelduck, 2 Bittern, Water Pipit (WWT website)
 
*Loughton: '''Lesser Spotted Woodpecker''' briefly atop tallest elm tree on the West side of Loughton High Rd and Avenue gate, before flying W at 1305 (Ken Murray)
 
*Maple Cross "West": incl Kestrel, 3 Skylark 2 singing, 3 Redwing, 13 House Sparrow, 6 Meadow Pipit, Yellowhammer (Paul Lewis via eBird)
 
*Mayflower Park: Peregrine on pylon (Bob Smith)
 
*[[Middlesex Filter Beds]]: 2 '''Firecrest''' (JW Davies)
 
*Northaw Great Wood: 6+ Great Spotted Woodpecker, Grey Wagtail, 5 Goldcrest incl singing m, 4 Coal Tit incl two singing m, 7 Nuthatch, 5 Treecreeper, 7 Chaffinch {f Muntjac Deer} ''No sign of any Marsh Tits'' (Robert Callf)
 
*Olympic Park "waterglade meadows pond & adj R Lee inlet": incl Kingfisher, Cetti's Warbler (Tony Kennelly tweet)
 
*Painshill Park: incl 15 Tufted Duck, m Goosander, Red Kite (Josephine Snell tweet); also incl 2 Great Crested Grebe, Nuthatch (J Ford via Surrey BN)
 
*Pinner: Red Kite, 2 Redwing, Green Woodpecker, Lesser Black-backed Gull, Coal Tit, 4 Goldfinch (Nigel Barratt)
 
*Poulter Park "Wandle Trail north of Pk": '''Yellow-browed Warbler''' as prev'y, also 2 '''Siberian Chiffchaff''' there (Josephine Snell tweets); also 10 Chiffchaff, Blackcap singing, f '''Firecrest''' just upriver, 8 Goldcrest (Peter Alfrey blog)
 
*Primrose Hill: '''Skylark''' foy W 1340, Meadow Pipit NNW 1335 (Twitter)
 
*Ruxley GPs "permit only": 30+ Gadwall, 4 Great Crested Grebe, 3 Little Grebe, 2 Stock Dove, c15 Common Gull, 3 Cetti's Warbler, calling Chiffchaff, Great Spotted Woodpecker h, Green Woodpecker, 8 Redwing, 3-4 singing Song Thrush, 30+ Long-tailed Tit, 4 Goldcrest, 2 Egyptian Goose, singing Reed Bunting, m Kingfisher, Little Egret (Jack Headley)
 
*St Paul's Cray "gdn BR5": f Sparrowhawk taking Feral Pigeon from mature tree adj to Normanhurst Rd early pm (Jack Headley)
 
*Stocker's Farm: incl 9 Wigeon, 6 Lapwing, c10 House Sparrow (Paul Lewis via eBird)
 
*Town Park "Enfield": Cormorant, 3 Northern Shoveler 2m f, 10 Tufted Duck 5m 5f, Common Gull, 8 Stock Dove incl singing m, 6 Redwing, 2 Goldfinch (Robert Callf)
 
*Twickenham: m Tawny Owl calling south of Strawberry Hill stn 22.30 (Mike Foster)
 
*Upminster "Puddledock Farm Fishery": '''Sandwich Tern''' [Ldn foy] at Fishery then E 1410 (Alan Shearman via BirdGuides/ELBF FB)
 
*[[Walthamstow Marshes]]: 4 Redwing, 3 Mistle Thrush front paddocks, 2 Fieldfare, Kestrel rear paddocks, 2 Stonechat bomb crater field (JW Davies)
 
*Walthamstow Wetlands: m '''Bearded Tit''' showed a couple of times in No 1 reed bed, '''Black Redstart''' still but now very elusive, '''Firecrest''', 9 Goldeneye (Walthamstow Birders)
 
   
=='''Tuesday 4th February 2020'''==
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*Greenford UB6 "Garden": 2 fledged juv Goldfinch begging food (Martin Smith)
*Alexandra Park: m '''Firecrest''' and possibly a second bird Conservation Wood, 2m Shoveler, 2 Pochard m & f, Kingfisher, Peregrine, 50+ Redwing (APOG Birders)
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*Hampstead Heath: Parliament Hill, 3 '''Crossbills''' NW at 0930, 2 Red Kites over (Pete Mantle)
*[[Amwell NR]] "Gr Hardmead Lake": Caspian Gull 1w, 2 Yellow-legged Gull [both 2w] evg roost (Ron Cousins tweet)
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*Limetrees Park golf course, Northolt: 5 Red Kite, Common Buzzard, 4 Stock Dove 2pr, Reed Warbler, m Reed Bunting {2 Marbled White, 5 Large Skipper, 3 Brown Argus, Small Heath, Small Tortoiseshell, Red Admiral, 2 Cinnabar, 2 Mother Shipton, 12 Black-tailed Skimmer, 17 Four-spotted Chaser, 11 Emperor Dragonfly} (Neil Anderson/Kathryn Bull)
*Broomfield Park: imm Grey Heron, 8 Northern Shoveler 6m 2f, 18 Tufted Duck 11m 7f, Black-headed Gull incl metal-ringed 3726.091 from Holland & yellow darvic-ringed ad 2BKT and yellow darvic-ringed first-winter 2C26, m Collared Dove singing, 2 Song Thrush, 2 Redwing, 5 House Sparrow 2m 3f, 19 Greenfinch feeding, 17 Goldfinch pre-roost (Robert Callf)
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*Longfield: 4 Nuthatch [3juvs with ad], 1 Red Kite over W, 4 Buzzard over (Roger Keith)
*Creekmouth, Barking: '''Iceland Gull''' juv still on R Thames/Roding fr Creekside Park [TQ457817] at 13:00 (Tony Kennelly tweet)
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*Mayflower Park: Peregrine heard, 30 + House Sparrows (Bob Smith)
*Croxley Common Moor: Little Egret (Steve Blake via Herts BC)
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*Northolt & Greenford CP: 4 Red Kite, 2 Reed Bunting pr {Clouded Yellow at Marnham Field-my first in London for c4 years} (Neil Anderson/Kathryn Bull)
*[[Dagenham Chase]]: incl 30 Shoveler, 40 Wigeon, 2 Kestrel, Grey Wagtail, [Bar-Headed Goose] (Sam Porter per ELBF FB)
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*Darlands Lake "area": 2 Red Kite, 5 Common Buzzard, Kestrel, '''Raven''' over and toward Dollis Valley 11:35, f Bullfinch (Des McKenzie)
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*Sewardstone Marsh: Red Kite, '''Cuckoo''' singing 0930-1030, 3 Swift, 13 Sand Martin, 2 Song Thrush, Garden Warbler, 2 Blackcap, Cetti's Warbler, 4 Reed Warbler, 7 Chiffchaff, 21 House sparrow, 14 Greenfinch (Gatekeepers, Small Tortoiseshell) (Harry Harrison)
*Ellenbrook Fields: incl 4+ Common Snipe, f Stonechat, Yellowhammer (Steve Pearce via Herts BC)
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*Shoreham: 2 Red-legged Partridge, 3 Lesser Whitethroat (singing), 2 Yellowhammer (singing), 1 Tawny Owl along Filston Lane (Richard Bonser)
*Fetcham Mill Pond: incl 26 Common Gull (Mark Davis via BirdTrack)
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*Tottenham Marches: Peregrine Falcon on pylon 1300 (ADH)
*Hackney Marshes: Little Owl, Kingfisher (J-P Elmes)
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*Totteridge Valley/Darlands Lake: '''Cuckoo''' singing continuously 0730 to at least 0845 but very mobile, Mandarin fem+2 ducklings, Willow Warbler, 2 Lesser Whitethroat, 10 Chiffchaff, 12 Blackcap, 13 Whitethroat, Little Egret, 3 Swift, Rooks around nesting site (John Colmans) m Cuckoo still at 17:00 at Totteridge Green, Red Kite {Small Tortoiseshell, Holly Blue, Red Admiral} (Samuel Levy) Long Pond: 10 Swift, Collared Dove, Blackcap {Azure, Blue-tailed & Red-eyed Damselfly, 2 Emperor Dragonfly, Black-tailed Skimmer} (Samuel Levy) Belmont Farm: 3 Blackcap, 11 Rook, 50 Swift, Common Buzzard, 2 Swallow, 3 Chiffchaff {Speckled Wood, 15+ Meadow Brown, Large Skipper} (Samuel Levy) Oakfields: Hobby, Common Buzzard (Samuel Levy)
*Hall Marsh Scrape: incl 2 Cattle Egret still (Andy Holmes via BirdTrack)
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*Trent Park: m '''Cuckoo''' singing Triangular Wd (Helen Shore per RM Callf)
*[[Holmethorpe SPs]]: '''Little Gull''' reported (via BirdTrack) 'unconfirmed' per BirdGuides
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*Wanstead Flats: 5 Skylark, 3 Meadow Pipit, Sparrowhawk, 30+ Swift, 6 House Martin, Sand Martin, 2 Lesser Whitethroat (Nick Croft)
*Kelsey Park: incl 30 Tufted Duck, 19 Grey Heron, Common Buzzard, 3 Redwing, 3 Siskin (Liz Anderson via BirdTrack)
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*Wanstead Park: Water Rail [first June record], 2 Little Egret, 2 Reed Warbler, 40+ Swift, 8 House Martin, Swallow, Sparrowhawk (Wanstead Birders)
*[[London Wetland Centre]]: incl 3 Shelduck, 4 Pintail, Goldeneye, Bittern, 2 Common Snipe, Water Pipit (WWT website); ad '''Iceland Gull''' main lake fr wwf hide again midday then flew off (Josephine Snell tweet)
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*West Putney SW15, Garden: 6 Red Kite all S, 7 Buzzard including pair displaying, m and f Kestrel. (R.Kaye)
*Orpington "Boating Pond": Little Egret again 15:50 (Jack Headley)
 
*Pinner: Red Kite, 3 Redwing, 2 Green Woodpecker (Nigel Barratt)
 
*Poulter Park "Wandle Trail": '''Yellow-browed Warbler''' as y'day showing well (BirdGuides)
 
*Pymmes Park: Shoveler, 2 Pochard, Common Buzzard, darvic-ringed ad-winter '''Mediterranean Gull''' on playing fields to 13:00 at least, 9 Collared Dove, 2 Great Spotted Woodpecker (Des McKenzie)
 
*Richmond Park: f '''Lesser Spotted Woodpecker''' (Paula Redmond)
 
*[[South Norwood CP]]: incl Little Grebe [1st since Sep], 2 Water Rail, Common Snipe, Kestrel, Fieldfare, 5 Redwing (John Hughes via Croydon Birders)
 
*[[Swanscombe Marsh]] “14.30-15.30 Black Duck Marsh”: 6 Pochard m, 3 Cetti's Warbler 2h, 1 Stonechat f, 2 Marsh Harrier m&f, 2 Grey Heron around nests, 1 Tufted Duck f, 1 Shoveler m, 3 Little Grebe, 3 Ring-necked Parakeet, 8 Coot (Roger Keith)
 
*Totteridge Valley: Kingfisher, Kestrel, 25 Redwing, 2 Mistle Thrush, c80 Canada Goose (John Colmans)
 
*Valentines Park: '''Turtle Dove '''13:55 in low tree with 20 Collared Dove (Michael Mac) finally seen Turtle Dove at 1400 and 30+ Redwing, 2 Nuthatch (Barbara Miller)
 
*Victoria Park "East Park": 70+ Redwing, 10+ Mistle Thrush, 1 Song Thrush (Jan Dobbie)
 
*Walthamstow Wetlands: '''Firecrest''', m '''Black Redstart''' (Walthamstow Birders)
 
*Wanstead Flats: 3 Stonechat (Nick Croft)
 
*Wanstead Park: Woodcock, 2 Firecrest calling north end going to roost (Nick Croft)
 
*West Thurrock “Thames foreshore 15.00 HT viewed from Greenhithe, Kent”: 45 Avocet, 23 Shelduck, 2 Curlew, 43+ Redshank, 1 Oystercatcher, 1 Peregrine [top of Thames north power crossing pylon] (Roger Keith)
 
*Worcester Park: Little Egret, 10 Redwing horse fields (Bob Smith)
 
   
=='''Monday 3rd February 2020'''==
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=='''Monday 1st June 2020'''==
*[[Alexandra Park]]: 2 '''Firecrest''' Conservation Wood, 2m Shoveler, 15 Redwing, Chiffchaff (APOG Birders)
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*Barnes Cray: Cuckoo singing near Thames Road Wetland, Blackcap, 2+ Cetti’s Warbler, Reed Warbler, Reed Bunting {3 Banded Demoiselle, 20+ Blue-tailed Damselfly, Broad-bodied Chaser} (Ian Stewart)
*Battersea Park Lake: 173 Cormorants, 6 Pochard, 24 Shoveler, 4 Mandarin (Michael Mac)
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*[[Brent Reservoir]]: Little Egret (Andrew Self)
*Black Park: incl 10 Red Kite, 20 Siskin pm (Barnaby Briggs via eBird)
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*Brookmill Park: 2 Stock Dove, 2 Swift, 3 Blackcap (Conrad Ellam)
*Brentford: Kingfisher by GU Canal next to railway bridge (Michael E Robinson)
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*Bushy Park: Red Kite at 1000 hampton hill newgate, 3 Common Whitethroat, Cetti's Warbler, 3 Barn Swallow, 4 Skylark - ''Can anyone coming to see or take photos of the Skylarks please do so from recognised paths as they are ground-nesting birds and you could well be stepping on their eggs or fatally scaring them off their eggs by leaving the paths in the Skylark Area. Thanks, SpN'' (Spencer Neal)
*Brookmill Park: Stock Dove, Blackcap m (Conrad Ellam)
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*Dartford Marshes: Egyptian Goose, 3+ Gadwall, 2 Great Crested Grebe, 2 Little Egret, Sparrowhawk, 2 Oystercatcher, 9 Ringed Plover, 16 Lapwing, 5 Redshank, 2-3 Cuckoo, Barn Owl, Swift, 10+ Skylark, Swallow, 4+ Meadow Pipit inc juv, 4+ Blackcap inc juv, 15+ Whitethroat 5+ juv, Sedge Warbler, 15+ Cetti’s Warbler, 10+ Reed Warbler, 5 Chiffchaff, 4+ Reed Bunting {Azure Damselflies, 50+ Blue-tailed Damselfly, Emperor} (Ian Stewart)
*Connaught Water: incl 4 Goosander 3m f (Richard Cope via eBird)
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*Epping Forest: Cuckoo (H), Kestrel, c20 Great Spotted Woodpeckers, 2 Nuthatch, Treecreeper, 2 Lesser Whitethroat, 4 Common Whitethroat, Willow Warbler. Insane numbers of squirrels, the place is literally overrun... (ADH)
*Frogmore Lakes "Herts": 25 Siskin (Alan Winn via BirdTrack)
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*Ewell: '''BEE-EATER''' heard calling several times as it drifted eastwards over farmland between Priest Hill and Howell Hill at 1445 (Steve Gale)
*Home Park: incl 5 Grey Heron, 70 Common Gull, Kestrel, 50 Ring-necked Parakeet, 110 Jackdaw, 14 Skylark, 120 Starling, Treecreeper, 8 Redwing, Stonechat, 18 Meadow Pipit (via BirdTrack)
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*Finchley: Garden N3 - Common Buzzard, Red Kite, 8 Swift, f House Sparrow {Meadow Brown, Green Viened White} (Samuel Levy)
*Kensington "Stratford Rd 8.20am": Blackcap m (Ian R Watson)
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*Greenford "UB6": daily 2+ Red Kite, circling Kestrel [unsual over garden], 6+ Swift (Neil Anderson)
*Kentish Town "Station": Grey Wagtail (Reuben Braddock)
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*Greenwich, Vanbrugh Park area SE3: '''Osprey''' north at 1400 (Joe Beale).
*Lewisham "Algernon Rd": Blackcap f in garden (Conrad Ellam)
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*Millfields Park; 2 Hobby over at 0900 (J-P Elmes)
*London Wetland Centre: no sign Iceland Gull am (Chris White tweet); 2 '''Bittern''', 2 Shelduck, 2 Pintail, 1 Common Snipe, 1 Peregrine on Ch. X. hospital with prey, 2 Water Pipit (Martin Honey); Goldeneye (Alan Wilkinson); also '''Green Sandpiper''' high over 1250, Skylark overflow c/p then NW (WWT website)
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*Perivale Park: singing Lesser Whitethroat, Moorhen with at least one young on nest Coston's Brook.(Martin Smith); Red Kite mobbed by Crow Argylle Rd side of park, 13 Swift (Neil Anderson/Kathryn Bull)
*[[Middlesex Filter Beds]]: '''Firecrest''' (JW Davies)
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*Purfleet: Sanderling, 8 Ringed Plover (Fraser Simpson)
*Orpington "Boating Pond": Little Egret fishing in adjacent River Cray 15:50 (Jack Headley)
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*Sidcup DA15: Tawny Owl hooting 2356 (Ian Stewart)
*Palmers Green "River Ave N13": 110+ Black-headed Gulls slowly flying NE at 15:27 [higher than normal count for area] (Katy McGilvray)
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*Stoneleigh KT17: Kestrel, Blackcap, Chiffchaff (Neil Batten)
*Poulter Park "Wandle Trail": '''Yellow-browed Warbler''' unit-b yard in tree behind blue-container lorry TQ275673 again 13:30 (Jason Simpson via Surrey BN)
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*Thames Barrier: m Tufted Duck [foy] flew downriver 1840; ad Yellow-legged Gull, 1cy Great Black-backed Gull, Swallow, 11 Common Tern (Ian Ellis)
*Pymmes Park: 4 Common Pochard 3m f, 32 Tufted Duck 22m 10f, Black-headed Gull ad w/ yellow darvic ring TPMM from Poland, '''Mediterranean Gull''' ad w/ yellow darvic ring 2H72 1455 - 1615, 11 Collared Dove, 2 Great Spotted Woodpecker, Grey Wagtail, 6 Redwing, 2 Mistle Thrush pr, Nuthatch, 100+ Starling, Jackdaw (Robert Callf/Bob Husband)
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*Totteridge Valley/ Darlands Lake: f Mandarin Duck + 5 ducklings, 3 Collared Dove, m '''Cuckoo''' (Hawfinch Hill), 10 Swift, Grey Heron, 3 Common Buzzard, 15 Rook, Swallow, 2 House Martin, Willow Warbler, 15 Chiffchaff, 10 Blackcap, 3 Lesser Whitethroat, 7 Common Whitethroat, Greenfinch. {15+ Meadow Brown, 15+ Large Skipper, 15+ Speckled Wood, 3 Small Tortoiseshell, 2 Holly Blue, Comma, 4 Spot Chaser (Hawfinch Hill), 3m Emperor Dragonfly, 2 Broad-bodied Chaser, Azure & Blue-tailed damselfly, also a large Grass Snake} (Samuel Levy)
*Rainham Marshes: '''Caspian Gull''' 1w Aveley Bay, '''Red Kite''' W low over Purfleet Scrape, 2 Water Pipits (Sean Huggins)
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*Uxbridge Golf course: Cuckoo (Dan Pinkham)
*Raynes Park: 2 Redwing in garden (Paula Redmond)
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*Walthamstow Wetlands: '''Osprey''' over at 1730 then N, 1 possibly 2 '''Spoonbill''' flew onto No1 at 1600, 30 Black-headed Gull, 27 Gadwall, 3m 1f Teal, 2pr Shelduck with broods of 5 and 9, 3 Pochard broods of 1, 3 and 6, Lesser Whitethroat, Swallow, Song Thrush singing  (Rhys Evans, Daniel Whitelegg)
*Seventy Acres Lake: incl Smew, Bittern (John Rivoire via BirdTrack)
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*Wanstead Flats: Red Kite, Buzzard, Hobby, 6 Skylark, 3 Meadow Pipit, 4 Lesser Whitethroat, lots of fledged Whitethroat, 50+ Swift, 6 House Martin (Nick Croft)
*Staines Moor "am": Red Kite, Common Buzzard, 2 Kestrel, Little Egret, Little Grebe, 2 Stonechat, 2 Reed Bunting, 8 Skylark, 8 Meadow Pipit, 36 Fieldfare, 10 Redwing, 2 Cetti's Warbler, Chiffchaff (Nick Baker)
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*Worcester Park: Hobby flew north (Bob Smith)
*[[Tyttenhanger GPs]]: '''Oystercatcher''' fishing lake 0915 (TyttGP tweet)
 
*Valentines Park: 1st-w '''Turtle Dove''' in trees south of lake, 2 Jackdaw (Rhys Evans)
 
*Walthamstow Marshes: 6 Little Egrets nr railway line 12:30 (Sue Barry)
 
*Walthamstow Wetlands: 2 '''Bearded Tit''', '''Firecrest''', 2 Goosander, 9 Goldeneye, Shelduck, Common Sandpiper, Common Snipe (Walthamstow Birders)
 
*Wandle Park, Colliers Wood: 2 Little Egret (Keith Bates)
 
*Warren Barn Farm "Surrey": incl Red Kite, Common Buzzard, 500 Jackdaw, 250 Rook (John Birkett via BirdTrack)
 
*Wraysbury GPs "walk to Colne Mere": incl 2 Gadwall, Pochard, 35 Tufted Duck, 9 Goldeneye, 2 Great Crested Grebe, 8 Cormorant, Chiffchaff, Goldcrest, 2 Treecreeper (Dick Haydon via BirdTrack)
 
   
=='''Sunday 2nd February 2020'''==
 
*[[Alexandra Park]]: '''Firecrest''' Conservation Wood, m Shoveler, Redwing flock, 53 Common Gull, 400+ Black-headed Gull (APOG Birders)
 
*Ashtead Common: 2 Stonechat m f in field at north edge 1500 (Richard Nunns via Surrey BN)
 
*Beddington Farmlands: incl 5 Shelduck, '''9''' Water Pipit (BFBG blog)
 
*Broadwater Lake NR: 2 '''Black-necked Grebe''' seen from causeway between lakes, 2 m Goosander, 4 Goldeneye, 10+ Wigeon, 20+ Pochard, 100+ Tufted Duck, Shoveler, Red Kite, Treecreeper, Goldcrest (Nigel Barratt)
 
*Canons Park "Edgware": 48 Redwing, Mistle Thrush singing, Song Thrush singing, 3 Nuthatch calling (Bob Husband, NW London RSPB Group regular birdwalk); "nearby "Seven Acres Lake [private site]" 2m '''Goosander''' [may be viewable from gate], Grey Heron, 1 Cormorant, 1 adult Great Crested Grebe, 6 Mallard 3pr, 8 Tufted Duck 4pr, 6 Common Gull, 115 Black-headed Gull (Bob Husband, NW London RSPB Group regular birdwalk)
 
*Coursers Farm: incl Red Kite, '''Oystercatcher''', Kestrel, 120 Jackdaw, 2 Skylark, 14 Yellowhammer (via BirdTrack)
 
*Creekmouth, Barking "Beckton Creekside": incl 5 Shelduck, 39 Teal, Redshank, juv '''Iceland Gull''' at mouth of creek 0915, Kingfisher, Peregrine, 6 Cetti's Warbler h, 8+ Chiffchaff, 2 Grey Wagtail, 2 Reed Bunting am (Tim Rymer tweet/BirdGuides); "Beckton Creekside & STW" also incl 6 Shelduck, 75 Teal, 12 Redshank, 4 Reed Bunting (Graham Howie via eBird)
 
*Cremorne Gardens "Thames": 2 Egyptian Goose, 9 Gadwall, 2 adult Great Black-backed Gull (Des McKenzie)
 
*Crossness: 2 '''Caspian Gull''' 1w 3w, 9+ Yellow-legged Gull, 81 Dunlin, c150 Lapwing, 2 Curlew, c30 Redshank, 1 Rock Pipit, c100 Gadwall, c400 Teal, 2 Chiffchaff, {1 small bat presumed Pipistrelle at dusk} (Louis Freeland-Haynes)
 
*Eagle Pond "Snaresbrook": ad '''Caspian Gull''' (James Heal)
 
*Fetcham Mill Pond "Surrey": incl Red Kite, 2 Stonechat (Ruth Ireland via BirdTrack)
 
*Gatton Park "Surrey": incl 6 Shoveler, 4 Gadwall, 15 Pochard, 15 Tufted Duck, 2 Great Crested Grebe, 16 Grey Heron, Nuthatch pm (Dave Panchaud via eBird)
 
*Greville Place LNR "NW6": '''Firecrest''', Redwing (Francis O'Sullivan)
 
*[[Hackney Marshes]]: 1 Little Owl, 2 Stock Dove (Alastair Dent)
 
*Highfield Farm: Red Kite, 2 Nuthatch, 2 Redwing, 7 Yellowhammer am (Chris Ruis via Herts BC/eBird)
 
*Hilfield Park Reservoir: 1 Goldeneye, 1 Treecreeper singing (Tony Blake)
 
*[[Holmethorpe SPs]]: 2 Shelduck W, Raven (Gordon Hay per Surrey BC)
 
*Holyfield Lake: incl 4 Gadwall, 20 Tufted Duck, 3 Goldeneye pm (Marion Bertuzzo via eBird)
 
*KGV Res "permit only": '''Corn Bunting''' flushed along shoreline toward causeway 0905 (Neville Smith tweet)......an Excellent find Neville! (Ken Murray)
 
*London Wetland Centre: ad '''Iceland Gull''', ad Yellow-legged Gull, 2 Bittern, Water Pipit, 12 Redwing, 2 Shelduck, 6 Pintail, 2 Peregrine (WWT website); ad Caspian Gull (Andrew Self)
 
*Newgate Street nr Cuffley "Herts": incl 43 Lapwing, 42 Common Gull, Kestrel, 25 Skylark, 2 Nuthatch, 9 Meadow Pipit, 5 Linnet, 45 Yellowhammer, 2 Reed Bunting (via BirdTrack)
 
*Northaw Great Wood "Herts": incl Red Kite, 8 Nuthatch, Treecreeper, 5 Redwing (via BirdTrack)
 
*Northolt & Greenford CP: Peregrine, Kestrel, Common Snipe, pr Pied Wagtail, 2 Goldcrest, c50 Chaffinch feeding in dead mixed/sunflower area (Neil Anderson)
 
*St Paul's Cray "Sandy Ln BR5": 2-3 calling Tawny Owl c19:30 (Jack Headley)
 
*Seventy Acres Lake: rh Smew still, 260 Chaffinch, 80 Linnet both north of lake midday (Alan Harris via Essex BwS)
 
*[[Staines Reservoir]] "south basin": incl Long-tailed Duck still [sw cnr 1335], 5 Goldeneye, 2 Black-necked Grebe (via BirdTrack/Kit Britten tweet); 11 Black-necked Grebe early pm 10 on W side S basin, 3 Little Grebe W end N basin, 17 Goldeneye, 4 Shelduck, 1 Water Pipit causeway then on W side N basin (Franko J Maroevic)
 
*Thamesmead: '''Caspian Gull''' 2w at Princess Alice Way early a'noon [also seen later in Woolwich], also 7 Yellow-legged Gulls Greenhaven Drive/Princess Alice Way (Rich Bonser, Dante Shepherd)
 
*Totteridge Valley/Darlands Lake: 74 Canada Geese roost, Mandarin Duck, 34 Mallard, 5 Teal, 33 Stock Dove, 5 Black-headed Gull, 116 Common Gull, Cormorant, Little Owl, Kestrel, 37 Rook, 6 Goldcrest, 180 Starling, 100 Redwing, 80 Fieldfare, 5 Bullfinch, f Reed Bunting owl_field, {4 Pipistrelle ''sp'' Bats in cow field} (Samuel Levy & Simon Worsfold)
 
*Upminster "Fairplay Farm": incl Water Rail, Green Sandpiper, 2 Barn Owl, 2 Cetti’s Warbler, pr Stonechat, 9 Reed Bunting, 46 Yellowhammer (Alan Shearman per ELBF FB)
 
*Valentines Park: '''Turtle Dove''' 1w on island w/ Collared Doves still 1430 (Peter Hopkins tweet/BirdGuides)
 
*Walthamstow Wetlands: up to 30 Fieldfares rear of No 5 feeding on playing fields, drake Goosander on No 4 (Quentin Given); Kestrel, Firecrest (Toby Fountain via BirdTrack)
 
*Woolwich: '''Caspian Gull''' 2w at King Henry's Wharf 1.20pm [bird took 17 minutes to get here as we had left it sitting on the river off Princess Alice Way at 1.03pm], 1st-winter Yellow-legged Gull (Rich Bonser, Dante Shepherd)
 
   
=='''Saturday 1st February 2020'''==
 
*Alexandra Park: '''Firecrest''' Conservation Area, f Wigeon still, m Kestrel, Redwing (APOG Birders)
 
*Brookmans Park "incl Royal Veterinary College & Water End": incl 15 Skylark (via BirdTrack)
 
*Creekmouth, Barking: "Beckton" '''Caspian Gull''', Oystercatcher, 3 Curlew, 2 Cetti's Warbler, 6 Chiffchaff (Andrew Self); "Creekmouth" juv '''Iceland Gull''' showing well for 20 minutes, also Oystercatcher, Curlew, Common Sandpiper, 4+ Chiffchaff, 4+ Reed Bunting (Des McKenzie, Nick Croft)
 
*Enfield Town "Church St EN2": 16 Greenfinch went to roost 1610 - 1615 (Robert Callf)
 
*Finsbury Park: Nuthatch, Coal Tit, c40 Redwing (Chris Farthing)
 
*Greenford: Red Kite chased by Crow over garden, also Kestrel over [less than annual over garden] (Neil Anderson)
 
*Hammersmith: 2 Mistle Thrush feeding on St Paul's School PG (Samuel Levy)
 
*Home Park: 10 Gadwall on Rick Pond, Skylark singing nearby 9.45 (Mike Foster)
 
*[[Island Barn Reservoir]] "no access": Great Northern Diver still [view fr Molesey Heath TQ133672] (Dave Harris per Surrey BC)
 
*[[Kew Gardens]]: incl 6 Shoveler, 2 Gadwall, 4 Teal, 4 Tufted Duck, 2 Little Grebe, 4 Grey Heron, Little Egret, 2 Great Black-backed Gull, Kestrel, 3 Coal Tit, Nuthatch (via BirdTrack)
 
*[[London Wetland Centre]]: Goldeneye, 3 Shelduck, 4 Pintail, ad '''Iceland Gull''' main lake again 1025 [later-am res lagoon then off W], Peregrine, 6 Redwing, 2 Water Pipit (WWT website/Twitter/BirdGuides); '''Bittern''' still am (BirdGuides); 1 Common Snipe wader scrape (Martin Honey); also 7 Mandarin Duck, 48 Shoveler, 47 Wigeon, 45 Teal, 6 Common Snipe, ad Yellow-legged Gull, 56 Cormorant, 3 Cetti's Warbler, 8 Common Gull (Samuel Levy, Arjun Dutta, Kabir Kaul, James McCulloch, Megan McCleverty, Sian Mercer)
 
*Perivale Park: Kestrel with prey in tree (Waspurs)
 
*Pinner: Red Kite drifting over on wind (Nigel Barratt)
 
*Queen Mary Res "pump stn": incl 2 Gadwall, 18 Tufted Duck, Little Grebe, 23 Great Crested Grebe, Grey Heron, 50 Cormorant, 3 Red Kite, 72 Common Gull, 6 Great Spotted Woodpecker, 3 Green Woodpecker, Kestrel, 500 Ring-necked Parakeet, 50 Jackdaw, 3 Coal Tit, Skylark, 6 Goldcrest, 2 Treecreeper, 11 Redwing, 2 Grey Wagtail (via BirdTrack)
 
*Rainham Marshes RSPB: Marsh Harrier over, 10+ Common Snipe, 2 Eurasian Curlew, 3 Kestrel, 3 Common Shelduck, 4-5 Northern Pintail, Water Pipit, m Stonechat, 200+ Lapwing, 200+ Wigeon (Oliver Flory); also incl 26 Shelduck, 48 Shoveler, 8 Gadwall, 800 Wigeon, 14 Pintail, 750 Teal, 8 Tufted Duck, 3 Marsh Harrier, 2 Common Buzzard, Oystercatcher, 2 Golden Plover, 39 Common Snipe, 15 Redshank, Barn Owl, 2 Kestrel, 12 Skylark, 8 Cetti’s Warbler, 4 Stonechat, 2 Water Pipit (Alan Shearman per ELBF FB)
 
*Shrewsbury Park: incl 3 Nuthatch, 5 Bullfinch (Tim Rymer tweet)
 
*Teddington: Red Kite over Broom Rd RG 11.45 (Mike Foster)
 
*Totteridge Fields/Dollis Valley: 2 '''Raven''', 2 Common Buzzard, 30 Common Gull, Kestrel, Cormorant (Tony Clancy)
 
*Town Park "Enfield": Little Grebe Carr's Basin (Robert Callf)
 
*Valentines Park: '''Turtle Dove''' 1w on island [n side] under cover w/ Collared Doves still 1400 (Harringay Birder tweet); Turtle Dove still 1545, Little Grebe on island pond (Oliver Flory via eBird)
 
*Wanstead Flats: 1w Yellow-legged Gull, 3 Skylark, 5 Meadow Pipit, 8+ Redwing (James Heal)
 
*Wanstead Park: 2 Siskin, 1 Little Egret, 1 Little Grebe, 8 Pochard, 4 Gadwall [notable as a worryingly low number of dabbling ducks in Park due to suspected contamination of lakes] (James Heal)
 
*Watermeadows Open Space "BR5": 8+ Redwing, 3 Mistle Thrush, 3 Gadwall, Little Grebe (Jack Headley)
 
*[[William Girling Reservoir]] "restricted view fr Mansfield Pk": incl Pochard, m Goosander, 4 Little Grebe, Great Crested Grebe, Black-necked Grebe, 800 Common Gull (Dominic Mitchell via eBird)
 
*Woolwich: 2 Yellow-legged Gulls 2w 1w King Henry's Wharf (Rich Bonser)
 
   
 
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Friday 5th June 2020Edit

  • Brookmill Park: Stock Dove, 2 Song Thrush, 3 singing Blackcap, 2 Goldcrest juvs (Conrad Ellam)
  • Bushy Park: Little Egret, Kestrel, 2 Barn Swallow, 3 Skylark, 1 Meadow Pipit, 5 Swift, 2 Goldcrest, 3 Nuthatch, 14 Chiffchaff, 10 Blackcap, 3 Reed Bunting, 11 Great Spotted Woodpecker, 8 Green Woodpecker, 8 Chaffinch (Spencer Neal)
  • Wanstead Flats: 7 Pochard (6m), 20+ Swift, Sparrowhawk, Kestrel, 2m Skylark (Wanstead Birders)
  • Wanstead Park: m Reed Warbler, Great Crested Grebe (Sean Kerrigan)

Thursday 4th June 2020Edit

  • Alexandra Park: 3 Little Egret, 2+ House Martin, Peregrine (APOG Birders)
  • Brent Reservoir NR: Little Ringed Plover, also reported, Common Ringed Plover (Bob Husband)
  • Chelsea (Albert Bridge): 10 Swift (Michael Mac)
  • Churchill Gardens "Pimlico": c35 House Sparrow - no nests in the usual hedge but pr feeding chicks in nest in metal tubular pipe (Michael Mac)
  • Fulham Reach "Thames": 2 Oystercatcher, Sand Martins, Little Egret (Nathalie Mahieu)
  • Greenford UB6 "Garden": 2 Greenfinch pr on feeders - first in years (Martin Smith)
  • Hampstead Heath: Common Tern, Peregrine caught a Mistle Thrush at 0630, Kestrel (Matt Evans)
  • Horsenden Hill west: 8 Whitethroat singing and display flight, 2 Greenfinch, 3 or 4 Reed Warbler Canal Ponds (Martin Smith)
  • Horton Country Park: Little Owl (Bob Smith)
  • Purfleet: Sanderling, 2 Dunlin, 8 Ringed Plover, 48 Swift (Fraser Simpson)
  • Pymmes Park: Little Grebe, 5 Egyptian Goose pr & 3 yng, m Tufted Duck, Black-headed Gull, Swift, m Grey Wagtail, Goldcrest, 4 Nuthatch 2 ad 2 juvs (Robert Callf)
  • Ruislip Lido/Woods: 56 ad & 2 young Canada Geese, 2 Egyptian Geese pr, 4 Gadwall, 3 Great Crested Grebe, 2 Little Egret, Red Kite, 3 Common Buzzard 10 Black-headed Gull [2 pr on raft with brood of 3 young], 8 Common Tern on raft [also at least 1 chick], c100 Swift, 15+ House Martin, 4 Grey Wagtail inc family of three, 7 Pied Wagtail, 10+ Greenfinch (Neil Anderson)
  • St Paul's Cray: pair Great Spotted Woodpecker seen continuously returning to presumed nest site in Normanhurst Rd (Jack Headley)
  • Totteridge Valley/Darlands Lake: Cuckoo singing east of Darlands but very mobile (Sue Widdowfield),
  • Twickenham: 2 Common Buzzard soaring high over Strawberry Hill golf course at 1100 (Mike Foster)
  • Upper College Farm "Bexley": 19 Swift in small groups all heading NW, 7 Swallow, 3 Kestrel, Common Buzzard, 12 Whitethroat, 6 Blackcap, 2 Song Thrush, 2 Chaffinch, 4 Skylark, Greenfinch, Pheasant (m), 3 Chiffchaff, 11 Herring Gull (Bernie Weight)
  • Walthamstow Wetlands: 250+ Swifts, c100 House Martin, 3prs Shelduck with young, 4prs Common Tern nesting, Kingfisher (Walthamstow Birders)
  • Wanstead Flats: 5m Skylark, 2m Meadow Pipit, 10+ Swift (Nick Croft)
  • Wanstead Park: 12+ House Martin, 40+ Swift, Reed Warbler, Little Egret, Red Kite, Peregrine Falcon (Wanstead Birders)

Wednesday 3rd June 2020Edit

  • Alexandra Park: Red Kite, 3 Little Egret fishing Wood Green Res 0730 with 4th bird 1229, Peregrine with Starling prey (APOG Birders)
  • Bushy Park: Red Kite 0930, Cetti's Warbler, 2 Common Whitethroat, Nuthatch, 3 Swift (Spencer Neal)
  • East Dulwich: Red Kite over garden (Steven Robinson)
  • Mundania Rd East Dulwich: 1 Swift (went to check on Swifts coming to roost. Last 2 years 60-70, maybe more. This evening, a solitary bird. Paul Francis)
  • Enfield Town "Chase Green Grdns": 2 Nuthatch ad feeding juv (Robert Callf)
  • Forty Hall CP: m Kingfisher perched, Chiffchaff singing, m Goldcrest singing, 5 Nuthatch pr & 3juvs, juv Treecreeper (Robert Callf)
  • Guy Lodge Farm: f Kestrel, 9 Stock Dove 5ad 4juvs, Barn Swallow, ad Pied Wagtail, 2ad Mistle Thrsh pr, 8+ Rook 7ad & 1+ juv begging, m Greenfinch singing, Linnet (Robert Callf)
  • Hollies, Sidcup: 3 Red Kite 1040 one, then two more towards Eltham, Chiffchaff, Blackcap, Goldcrest, Stock Dove, 8 Swift, Song Thrush (Eric Brown)
  • Isle of Dogs: Red Kite low NW over garden 0955 (Sean Huggins)
  • Mudchute Farm: Reed Warbler singing (Sean Huggins)
  • Pinner HA5: 6 Swift (Nigel Barratt)
  • Raynes Park "Garden SW20": Greenfinch (Paula Redmond)
  • Rainham Thames: 10 Ringed Plover, 2 Dunlin, Sanderling on mud east of mouth River Darent, 30 Shelduck, Oystercatcher, Avocet Aveley Bay (Steve Bacon)
  • Sidcup DA14 Garden 14.15: Peregrine, Swift (Bernie Weight)
  • Sidcup DA15: 6 Red Kite 3W 1026 1SW 1115 2W 1412, Common Buzzard, Sparrowhawk with prey, 4 House Martin, Blackcap singing also another Red Kite W over Marechal Neil Parade 1540 (Ian Stewart)
  • Teddington: Common Tern by Stevens Ait, Kingfisher ditto (Mike Foster)
  • Totteridge Valley/Darlands Lake: Cuckoo singing 0900 until at least 0930 in area between Darlands Lake and Finchley Nurseries garden centre (Tom Stewart); Cuckoo still between 1100 and 1300 but very mobile, also 4 Mandarin Duck, 40+ Swift, 2 Lapwing, 2 Black-headed Gull, Grey Heron, Little Egret, Sparrowhawk, 5 Red Kite, Hobby, 6 Rook, 15 Swallow, 11 House Martin, Willow Warbler, 19 Chiffchaff, 17 Blackcap, 2 Lesser Whitethroat, 14 Common Whitethroat, 2 Goldcrest, 6 Nuthatch, 4 Starling, 5 Mistle Thrush, Pied Wagtail, 5 Bullfinch, 6 Linnet inc pair with two recently fledged young (Samuel Levy & Bob Husband)
  • Twickenham: Red Kite flying quite low north-west over Stanley rd/Hampton rd at 1515 (Mike Foster)
  • Wanstead Flats: 4-6 Red Kite [judging by the numbers above–probably at the higher end!], 3 Buzzard, Sparrowhawk, 2 Hobby, Peregrine Falcon, Kestrel, 47 Black-headed Gull through inc flock of 36 east, Reed Warbler, Lesser Whitethroat, 3m Skylark, 2m Meadow Pipit, 3 Swallow, 2 House Martin north, 2 Sand Martin, 40+ Swift (Wanstead Birders)

Tuesday 2nd June 2020Edit

  • Alexandra Park: Little Grebe Wood Green Res, House Martin, 20+ Swift, Peregrine (APOG Birders)
  • Barnes Cray: Cuckoo still singing, Blackcap, 2 Cetti’s Warbler, 2+ Reed Warbler, Chiffchaff, Reed Bunting {Banded Demoiselle, Azure Damselfly, several Blue-tailed Damselfly, Hairy Dragonfly} (Ian Stewart)
  • Battersea Bridge: 200 Starling- 2 hour period trickle of birds going into long established roost (Michael Mac)
  • Berrylands garden: Kestrel, c.300 Ring-necked Parakeet NW, 56 Stock Dove NW, 8 Swift {pipistrelle sp. hunting low over garden at dusk, no Bat Detector but vocal Robin in adjacent garden} (Nick Tanner)
  • Bromley (Shortlands): 14 Red Kites (all singles apart from one group of 4) all moving north-west between 5pm and 7pm - presumably part of the movement through Kent earlier in the day (Martin Birch)
  • Bushy Park: Cetti's Warbler, Chaffinch, 4 Chiffchaff, Dunnock, 3 Great Spotted Woodpecker, Kestrel, Reed Bunting, 2 Song Thrush, 5 Skylark, 4 Swallow, 17+ Swift, 2 Whitethroat (Ian R Watson)
  • Chelsea: Red Kite (high up looked very black apart from white patches) briefly mobbed by Peregrine, 3 Swifts (Michael Mac)
  • Dartford Marshes: 2+ Gadwall, 3 Little Egret, Sparrowhawk, Peregrine, 2 Oystercatcher, 8 Ringed Plover, 12+ Lapwing, summer plumaged Sanderling, 2 Dunlin, 10+ Redshank, 2+ Common Tern 1 flying down Darent towards Thames with food, 2-3 Cuckoo, Great Spotted Woodpecker, 15+ Skylark, 3+ Meadow Pipit, 4+ Blackcap, 15+ Whitethroat, Lesser Whitethroat, 10+ Cetti’s Warbler, 15+ Reed Warbler, 6+ Chiffchaff, 5+ Reed Bunting {Blue-tailed Damselflies, Emperor, Black-tailed Skimmer} (Ian Stewart)
  • Finchley "Garden N3": 2 Red Kite, 5 Common Buzzard, 8 Swift, Collared Dove. (Samuel Levy)
  • Finchley Golf Club: Red Kite, Kestrel (Samuel Levy)
  • Greenford UB6 "Garden": 2 fledged juv Goldfinch begging food (Martin Smith)
  • Hampstead Heath: Parliament Hill, 3 Crossbills NW at 0930, 2 Red Kites over (Pete Mantle)
  • Limetrees Park golf course, Northolt: 5 Red Kite, Common Buzzard, 4 Stock Dove 2pr, Reed Warbler, m Reed Bunting {2 Marbled White, 5 Large Skipper, 3 Brown Argus, Small Heath, Small Tortoiseshell, Red Admiral, 2 Cinnabar, 2 Mother Shipton, 12 Black-tailed Skimmer, 17 Four-spotted Chaser, 11 Emperor Dragonfly} (Neil Anderson/Kathryn Bull)
  • Longfield: 4 Nuthatch [3juvs with ad], 1 Red Kite over W, 4 Buzzard over (Roger Keith)
  • Mayflower Park: Peregrine heard, 30 + House Sparrows (Bob Smith)
  • Northolt & Greenford CP: 4 Red Kite, 2 Reed Bunting pr {Clouded Yellow at Marnham Field-my first in London for c4 years} (Neil Anderson/Kathryn Bull)
  • Sewardstone Marsh: Red Kite, Cuckoo singing 0930-1030, 3 Swift, 13 Sand Martin, 2 Song Thrush, Garden Warbler, 2 Blackcap, Cetti's Warbler, 4 Reed Warbler, 7 Chiffchaff, 21 House sparrow, 14 Greenfinch (Gatekeepers, Small Tortoiseshell) (Harry Harrison)
  • Shoreham: 2 Red-legged Partridge, 3 Lesser Whitethroat (singing), 2 Yellowhammer (singing), 1 Tawny Owl along Filston Lane (Richard Bonser)
  • Tottenham Marches: Peregrine Falcon on pylon 1300 (ADH)
  • Totteridge Valley/Darlands Lake: Cuckoo singing continuously 0730 to at least 0845 but very mobile, Mandarin fem+2 ducklings, Willow Warbler, 2 Lesser Whitethroat, 10 Chiffchaff, 12 Blackcap, 13 Whitethroat, Little Egret, 3 Swift, Rooks around nesting site (John Colmans) m Cuckoo still at 17:00 at Totteridge Green, Red Kite {Small Tortoiseshell, Holly Blue, Red Admiral} (Samuel Levy) Long Pond: 10 Swift, Collared Dove, Blackcap {Azure, Blue-tailed & Red-eyed Damselfly, 2 Emperor Dragonfly, Black-tailed Skimmer} (Samuel Levy) Belmont Farm: 3 Blackcap, 11 Rook, 50 Swift, Common Buzzard, 2 Swallow, 3 Chiffchaff {Speckled Wood, 15+ Meadow Brown, Large Skipper} (Samuel Levy) Oakfields: Hobby, Common Buzzard (Samuel Levy)
  • Trent Park: m Cuckoo singing Triangular Wd (Helen Shore per RM Callf)
  • Wanstead Flats: 5 Skylark, 3 Meadow Pipit, Sparrowhawk, 30+ Swift, 6 House Martin, Sand Martin, 2 Lesser Whitethroat (Nick Croft)
  • Wanstead Park: Water Rail [first June record], 2 Little Egret, 2 Reed Warbler, 40+ Swift, 8 House Martin, Swallow, Sparrowhawk (Wanstead Birders)
  • West Putney SW15, Garden: 6 Red Kite all S, 7 Buzzard including pair displaying, m and f Kestrel. (R.Kaye)

Monday 1st June 2020Edit

  • Barnes Cray: Cuckoo singing near Thames Road Wetland, Blackcap, 2+ Cetti’s Warbler, Reed Warbler, Reed Bunting {3 Banded Demoiselle, 20+ Blue-tailed Damselfly, Broad-bodied Chaser} (Ian Stewart)
  • Brent Reservoir: Little Egret (Andrew Self)
  • Brookmill Park: 2 Stock Dove, 2 Swift, 3 Blackcap (Conrad Ellam)
  • Bushy Park: Red Kite at 1000 hampton hill newgate, 3 Common Whitethroat, Cetti's Warbler, 3 Barn Swallow, 4 Skylark - Can anyone coming to see or take photos of the Skylarks please do so from recognised paths as they are ground-nesting birds and you could well be stepping on their eggs or fatally scaring them off their eggs by leaving the paths in the Skylark Area. Thanks, SpN (Spencer Neal)
  • Dartford Marshes: Egyptian Goose, 3+ Gadwall, 2 Great Crested Grebe, 2 Little Egret, Sparrowhawk, 2 Oystercatcher, 9 Ringed Plover, 16 Lapwing, 5 Redshank, 2-3 Cuckoo, Barn Owl, Swift, 10+ Skylark, Swallow, 4+ Meadow Pipit inc juv, 4+ Blackcap inc juv, 15+ Whitethroat 5+ juv, Sedge Warbler, 15+ Cetti’s Warbler, 10+ Reed Warbler, 5 Chiffchaff, 4+ Reed Bunting {Azure Damselflies, 50+ Blue-tailed Damselfly, Emperor} (Ian Stewart)
  • Epping Forest: Cuckoo (H), Kestrel, c20 Great Spotted Woodpeckers, 2 Nuthatch, Treecreeper, 2 Lesser Whitethroat, 4 Common Whitethroat, Willow Warbler. Insane numbers of squirrels, the place is literally overrun... (ADH)
  • Ewell: BEE-EATER heard calling several times as it drifted eastwards over farmland between Priest Hill and Howell Hill at 1445 (Steve Gale)
  • Finchley: Garden N3 - Common Buzzard, Red Kite, 8 Swift, f House Sparrow {Meadow Brown, Green Viened White} (Samuel Levy)
  • Greenford "UB6": daily 2+ Red Kite, circling Kestrel [unsual over garden], 6+ Swift (Neil Anderson)
  • Greenwich, Vanbrugh Park area SE3: Osprey north at 1400 (Joe Beale).
  • Millfields Park; 2 Hobby over at 0900 (J-P Elmes)
  • Perivale Park: singing Lesser Whitethroat, Moorhen with at least one young on nest Coston's Brook.(Martin Smith); Red Kite mobbed by Crow Argylle Rd side of park, 13 Swift (Neil Anderson/Kathryn Bull)
  • Purfleet: Sanderling, 8 Ringed Plover (Fraser Simpson)
  • Sidcup DA15: Tawny Owl hooting 2356 (Ian Stewart)
  • Stoneleigh KT17: Kestrel, Blackcap, Chiffchaff (Neil Batten)
  • Thames Barrier: m Tufted Duck [foy] flew downriver 1840; ad Yellow-legged Gull, 1cy Great Black-backed Gull, Swallow, 11 Common Tern (Ian Ellis)
  • Totteridge Valley/ Darlands Lake: f Mandarin Duck + 5 ducklings, 3 Collared Dove, m Cuckoo (Hawfinch Hill), 10 Swift, Grey Heron, 3 Common Buzzard, 15 Rook, Swallow, 2 House Martin, Willow Warbler, 15 Chiffchaff, 10 Blackcap, 3 Lesser Whitethroat, 7 Common Whitethroat, Greenfinch. {15+ Meadow Brown, 15+ Large Skipper, 15+ Speckled Wood, 3 Small Tortoiseshell, 2 Holly Blue, Comma, 4 Spot Chaser (Hawfinch Hill), 3m Emperor Dragonfly, 2 Broad-bodied Chaser, Azure & Blue-tailed damselfly, also a large Grass Snake} (Samuel Levy)
  • Uxbridge Golf course: Cuckoo (Dan Pinkham)
  • Walthamstow Wetlands: Osprey over at 1730 then N, 1 possibly 2 Spoonbill flew onto No1 at 1600, 30 Black-headed Gull, 27 Gadwall, 3m 1f Teal, 2pr Shelduck with broods of 5 and 9, 3 Pochard broods of 1, 3 and 6, Lesser Whitethroat, Swallow, Song Thrush singing  (Rhys Evans, Daniel Whitelegg)
  • Wanstead Flats: Red Kite, Buzzard, Hobby, 6 Skylark, 3 Meadow Pipit, 4 Lesser Whitethroat, lots of fledged Whitethroat, 50+ Swift, 6 House Martin (Nick Croft)
  • Worcester Park: Hobby flew north (Bob Smith)


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