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Early morning London: Where to seize the day across the capital

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What’s that you hear? Birdsong? Hark, it must be British Summer Time! But while the days are becoming shorter as we head towards the clocks going back at the end of October, that still leaves a fair few months to make the most of the early-morning light (and hopefully sunshine). And there is plenty to do in the capital before that first Teams meeting of the day. Whether it’s a pre-work ramble, a spot of birdwatching or practising your sun salutations, we’ve rounded up some of the best things to do, all before 8am. So set your alarm, and seize the day — and tell everyone about it.

Go on a bird walk in Regent’s Park

Grab some binoculars, channel your inner Alan Partridge and head to the 395-acre Royal Park where a signposted bird walk will take you to some of the best spots for catching a glimpse of its many winged residents. Starting at Clarence Gate at the top of Baker Street, the walk includes a chance to spend time overlooking the park’s peaceful lake and depending on the month, new varieties of birds can be spotted each time you go back. The most common birds you might see include Ruddy Ducks, Whoopers, Grey Herons, Mute Swans, Teals and Pintails (us neither).

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