WORTH PARK FRIENDS
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Our member Tom Howard-Jones wrote:
Tuesday 24th November 2020 - 12:00 to 13:30 My walk was later in the day than usual and at first there were few birds to be seen. However, with patience the list grew and some less-common birds were found. There was a flock of over 30 Feral Pigeons and White Doves on the roof of one house; they stayed together as they flew around during my walk. The two Great Crested Grebes are still on the lake. A Grey Heron flew in. There were many Black-headed Gulls on the water and a few Herring Gulls flying over. A Common Buzzard flew at tree-top height over the lake. It seems that the family of two adults and five juvenile Egyptian Geese is still together. They are becoming more independent and separated. It was a treat to see: House Sparrows ; a Grey Wagtail and Greenfinches which are quite scarce these days. Although we do see them on the feeders in our garden which is not far from the park. A full list of birds seen is given in the Bird Table .