Postcard from Regent’s Park (featuring the birds of Regent’s Park)

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Regent’s Park – photo credit – L. Flewelling

Regent’s Park in London was originally set aside by Henry VIII for use as a hunting ground.  During the Regency, John Nash planned and developed the park.  Along with 12,000 roses of 400 varieties, the park also is home to 100 species of wild birds.

History of Regent’s Park

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Regent’s Park – photo credit: L. Flewelling

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