Thursday 20 September 2007

Wheatear, Hyde Park

I've been scanning the Parade Ground of Hyde Park every morning for the past two weeks, on the way to work, in hope of snagging a Wheatear on its way back to Africa. It's a long overdue patch tick for me so was mightily relieved to see this female chasing flies this morning. Unfortunately, my only means of recording the event was binoculars and a mobile phone.


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