Tagged: birds

COURSE: Spring Birds – An Introduction to Ornithology with Birdwatching 0

COURSE: Spring Birds – An Introduction to Ornithology with Birdwatching

                    Explore the life of birds and learn about bird evolution, tips for identification and key behaviours before having a chance to put your skills...

WORKSHOP: Beginners Birdwatching 0

WORKSHOP: Beginners Birdwatching

Would you like to know more about the bird lifeĀ of London? The Beginners Birdwatching workshop is a brilliant place to start. Join Brenna from Wild Capital for an illustrated talk about the bird species...

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Richmond Park birds

Yesterday in Richmond Park we had some fantastic view of both a male and a female Kestrel. The male was hovering in the air to hunt, whilst the female from hunting from a low...

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Treecreeper

I spotted this Treecreeper in Hyde Park the other day. Treecreepers have always been in my top five birds; I love to watch their secretive tree trunk acrobatics. They travel from the bottom of...

Nesting Parakeets 0

Nesting Parakeets

Spring is here and the race is on to breed. Ringed-necked Parakeets are early breeders and they are normally well on their way before many of our native species begin thinking about where to...

Battling Moorhens 0

Battling Moorhens

The timid seeming Moorhen is actual a highly territorial bird. Keep an eye out for their battles at this time of year, as they establish breeding territories and fight over mates. The Moorhen attack...

Is love in the air for the Robin? 0

Is love in the air for the Robin?

  I am meant to be doing office work right now, but I keep being lured to the window by the antics of three Robins. They chase one another along the fence line, hop...

Hidden in the Reeds 0

Hidden in the Reeds

We are very in lucky in London to have some wonderful sites for wildlife in the heart of the city. One of my very favourites, which if you are a regular blog reader you...