Sunday, 18 August 2013

Cassiobury Park - 6.8.13

While measuring out the football pitch adjacent to the car park first thing a Willow Warbler started singing from behind the houses by the car park entrance showing that autumn migration was underway. This was followed by a single Crossbill that flew NW over the meadow. A Coal Tit was heard later in the day near the mini railway. After work myself and Carey walked round to the pub in Chipperfield and once again I heard the Firecrest singing from the usual gardens on King's Lane.

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