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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