Today was an unexpectedly sunny day in London, so I decided to visit Camley Street Natural Park. I'd only recently learned of the existence of this park, tucked away behind King's Cross and St Pancras stations. It's a small place, but when the weather is fine you can walk around it quite a few times without getting bored.
After a long, grey winter, it was a real pleasure to spend time here and see and hear the early signs of spring. The birdsong could be heard even over the massive construction going on nearby -- mainly great tits and coal tits, with the occasional blackbird and robin. There were little clusters of snowdrops and buttercups:
And there was plenty of life emerging from buds, both leaves and flowers.
I went in search of the two tame rabbits mentioned on the park's website, but found that they no longer live there. Apparently the local foxes kept trying to get into their hutch, so a member of staff took them home where they would be safer and less stressed.