This video from England says about itself:
Kate Humble, broadcaster and WWT Vice President, and WWT Slimbridge warden Martin McGill talking about WWT London Wetland Centre.
On 9 November, to WWT London Wetland Centre.
A ring-necked parakeet flying above the river Thames, calling.
A grey squirrel.
In the Thames, mallard and teal close to the bank.
A robin singing in a coniferous tree.
After we enter the Centre, first to one of its six hides, Dulverton hide.
Quite some little grebes.
Lapwings. Gadwall, wigeon and tufted ducks.
At the WWF hide: lesser black-backed and black-headed gulls. Rooks. A pied wagtail.
Near the bat house, a long-tailed tit.
From the Headly hide: male and female common pochards. A male shoveler resting on an islet.