As for rooks in SE1 that would be a surprise; they're very uncommon in London (and have been so since the early 20th century), largely confined to the capital's rural fringes. Unlike carrion crow which is well adapted to the inner city because of all the food we leave about, and the maturation of trees planted in streets and parks giving them safe nesting places. What we sow, we reap.
Thebunhouse wrote:Somerset House used to have magnificent murmarations along withe others recalled here makes me think they were tourists
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