Central London's Premier Birding Website

Regent’s Park, situated just north of some of London’s busiest shopping streets, is to a lot of people the best of the Royal Parks in Central London. It offers a variety of habitats from formal gardens to lakes, scrub, woodland and rough grassland with wildflower beds. Ornithologists (birders) since the 1800’s who have included the likes of W H Hudson and Ian Wallace have watched birds in the park. I have worked in the park since 1977 as assistant bird keeper, before becoming what is now termed Wildlife Officer. The park checklist now stands at over 200 species of birds, of which 45 species breed annually within the parks boundaries. This site I hope will show you where to look and what you could be lucky enough to find here.
Tony Duckett