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Regents Park locals enjoying the sun

Regents Park, London, March 2023


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 25 March 2023

Posted as part of Six Word Saturday

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    • P.S. Debbie, your Heron is in prime breeding colors, bodes well for the population there. When Herons are ready to breed, both the upper and lower bills take on a vibrant orange color. Other times of the year, the upper bill is usually dark grey or dusky blue, while the lower bill stays orange. Thus ends the Nature Girl lesson do jour.

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