Rare waxwings spotted throughout Wandsworth
Birdspotters across the borough have been sending in their images of rare waxwings.
A flock of the rare birds were first spotted in Clapham Common on February 10.
About 20 of the birds were seen enjoying rose-hips in Clapham Common Westside by the Friends of Clapham Common bird recorder Simon Allday.
Since the sighting readers have been sending in their images of the birds found in their back gardens, with some nesting as far away as Tooting.
Pictured is an image of a waxwing taken by Paul Waite, in Franciscan Road, Tooting.
He said: "Here are a couple of images of a lone Waxwing that took up residence on our potted Roan tree for a couple of weeks ago, whilst he worked his way through all the berries.
"He flew away after he had scoffed the lot."
The birds come over to the UK from Scandinavia to feast on berries and fruit during the winter.
It is unusual for waxwings to come to London, with the birds usually seen on the east coast of the UK, between Scotland and East Anglia.
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