This video is about a male common tern resting in Richmond Park, London, England.
The blog Regent’s Park Birds reports about bird sightings in London’s Regent’s Park, Bushy Park and Richmond Park.
On 14 July 2014, they reported that in Regent’s park, Central London’s first breeding little owl pair have produced young for the 7th year in a row.
Great crested grebes nest there as well.
In Richmond Park, there are three common tern nests this year.
In Bushy park, there are skylarks; like this one.
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