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Results of Bird Walk on City Nature Challenge Day in Alexandra Park – 27th April 2019

On Saturday 27th April, as part of the City Nature Challenge in Alexandra Park, Alexandra Park Wildlife Forum member Tony O’Mahony, led a Morning Bird Walk. There were 8 participants who arrived at 9:00am just as the rain had stopped. … Continue reading

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City Nature Challenge Event – Alexandra Park – This Saturday 27th April 8:00am to 4:00pm

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City Nature Challenge – Alexandra Park – Sat 27 April 2019

City Nature Challenge – Alexandra Park – Sat 27th April 2019 Greater Manchester has entered the City Nature Challenge recording completion this year. It is organised on a global scale by the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles and California … Continue reading

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WINTER BIRD WALK IN ALEXANDRA PARK – Saturday 8th December 2pm – 3pm

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The People’s Walk for Wildlife – London – 22nd September 2018

Are you in London on Saturday 22nd September?  If so, the following may interest you! The People’s Walk for Wildlife, led by naturalist and broadcaster, Chris Packham.  takes place in central London this Saturday 22nd September. The walk will take … Continue reading

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Alexandra Park Heritage Weekend Bird Walk – Sunday 9th September 2018 at 2pm

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Indian Spot-billed Duck in Alexandra Park

Amongst the Mallard ducks on Alexandra Park lake, we have a strange visitor – an Indian Spot-billed Duck (Anas poecilorhyncha). It’s quite like a Mallard, but the beak is different and ther’s an extra flash of white feathers (tertials) at … Continue reading

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