Bexley RSPB – report of Danson bird walk, October 27th

An illustrated report from Ralph and Brenda Todd of birds seen on the Bexley RSPB walk around Danson Park on 27th October:

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2 Responses to Bexley RSPB – report of Danson bird walk, October 27th

  1. Ethna Cooke says:

    Thanks Brenda and Ralph for another splendid walk. The flaming red tree which attracted our attention near the car park was probably a claret ash – fraxinus angustifoilia ssp oxycarpa “Raywood”. According to my Collins tree guide, bred in Australia , introduced here 1925, and now popular as a park and street tree for its breathtaking autumn colours.

  2. Heidi Barnes says:

    No sparrows , starlings or blackbirds ? They were everywhere deades ago .

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