Highbury Park is rich in birdlife a fact that is appreciated by regular visitors to the park. Kingfisher, tree creeper, jay and nuthatch have been spotted and the ponds support Canada geese, Mallard and Moorhen. Carrion crows are a familiar sight on the open grassland and magpies are numerous.
New scrub areas provide safe nesting sites for songbirds and the walled rose-garden has sheltered nesting blackbirds.
Please add to our records for the park by sending us your sightings of birds with a date (and rough location if possible). Please use our contact links, or sign in and post a comment to report sightings.
Paul Anthony has produced a comprehensive e-book of the Birds of Highbury park He has also produced a list of birds that could be found in Highbury during the Chamberlain era A nightingale sang in Highbury Park
There is also an eco-records list of birds recently sighted in the Bird records