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Posted by roxie99 February 13, 12:08PM

Just saw this lovely fella on Peckham Rye. I have identified him as an egyptian goose. Is he a local? he looked a bit dazed and lost.

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Posted by Ruskin February 13, 12:42PM

Pretty sure there were some in Dulwich Park last weekend.

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Posted by yeknomyeknom February 13, 01:15PM

We saw him in peckham rye 2 weeks ago so he must live there.

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Posted by roxie99 February 13, 01:49PM

Oh that's good to hear. The crows are friends with him

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Posted by Shivering swan1 February 13, 02:13PM

I thought you might be referring to a female sort that caught your eye recently when out on the sherbet!

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Posted by ED Bird February 13, 02:39PM

Yes! You can see more of these beauties in Dulwich Park {at the bridge}.

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Posted by dresswaves February 13, 02:54PM

They've been in Peckham Rye Park for a couple of years, usually spotted by the pond.

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Posted by singalto February 13, 03:28PM

Last year there was a pair of them in PRP and they successfully raised 6 goslings.

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Posted by creditwheredue February 13, 05:20PM

Lovely things, also in Belair Park.

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Posted by Saramama February 15, 08:17PM

This thread made my day!

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Posted by dresswaves February 18, 10:07AM

The pair were by the pond yesterday, hopefully more goslings soon.

Also spotted the heron in it's usual position at edge of pond.

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