You’ll spot many birds in the local area, but one of the most magnificent is the red kite, which also happens to be a bird of prey. With a red-brown body and angled wings, look up and you’re bound to see one soaring overhead sooner or later. Kestrels, kingfishers, parakeets, sparrowhawks and woodpeckers are also commonly seen in the local area.
The reed bunting and the reed warbler are also regularly seen at Langham Pond, where you can walk on the beautiful boardwalk while looking out for flora and fauna of all shapes and sizes.
An extremely rare bald eagle was also spotted near The Runnymede on Thames some years ago – but it turned out to be an escapee from an Irish landowner – who promptly came to collect his precious bird!