"Bird Watch in St. James Park" St James's Park Tip by no1birdlady

St James's Park, London: 78 reviews and 177 photos

  Towers of White Hall across ponds in St. James Pk.
by no1birdlady

St. James Park has a long area of lakes that is filled with ducks. Some of them are stocked here and others are attracted by the stocked ducks and the free food. People come here to feed the ducks so they are used to people and to their food. Because of this, it is quite easy to see them. I was especially glad to see the Pochards, Shelducks, and Tufted Ducks. Other smaller birds are also seen here such as the Wood Pigeon, Blue Tit, Blackbird, Wren, and others.

Address: London SW1A 2BJ
Directions: Across from the front of Buckingham Palace.
Phone: +44 300 061 2350
Website: https://www.royalparks.org.uk/parks/st-jamess-park

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  • Written Jul 28, 2005
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