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Shannon Llewellyn wrote:

3 or 4 red kite at Heartwood Forest (a new Woodland Trust plantation) near St Albans today. Also 2 raven over, which is good for around here, I think.





Red Kites are pretty plentiful around that stretch of the M1/M25 - Hemel Hempstead, St Albans in particular. Ravens appear to be moving Eastwards and are even seen in Essex these days. Still not regularly seen in London though, unlike Red Kites.

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3 or 4 red kite at Heartwood Forest (a new Woodland Trust plantation) near St Albans today. Also 2 raven over, which is good for around here, I think.

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Total of 4 Red Kites on my way back from London last Sunday. Two quite close in to London just NE of the M1 around Borehamwood area, the others between the M25 and Luton. Wonder how long before they're regularly seen in Inner London again.

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My parents live in Harpenden (5 miles north of St Albans) and are now regularly seeing 2 Red Kites circling over their garden

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One Red Kite seen very close to Borehamwood on Friday (29/11/13), just about inside the M25.

Also heard Song Thrush singing around 02.30 this morning at Borehamwood

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First ever M1 Red Kites for me on a visit to London last weekend. On the trip back one bird near St Albans

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