Category Archives: Wildlife

Waiting For The Swifts

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  Take a visit to the Clock Tower in Queen’s Park. Admire its noble form and elegant brickwork, then close your eyes and use your ears. You will hear birdsong, specifically the unmistakeable sound of the Swift.

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Murmurations in Queens Park

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In the dying days of March, Queens Park became the arena for awe inspiring aerial displays by many thousands of starlings. For some great pictures and more information, 

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Ducks – to feed or not to feed?

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To Feed or not to Feed? Feeding the ducks is a fun thing to do in the park. It is a thrill to get close to wild creatures. For some child, it may be the start of a lifelong interest … Continue reading

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WILD IN THE PARK – NEW YEAR UPDATE

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  This handsome Song Thrush was photographed

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New Swift boxes for the Clock Tower

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Our resident Swift champion, Chris Lowe, has refurbished the Swift nesting boxes

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