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Parc Leopold / Parc du Cinquantenaire - BRUSSELS (1 Viewer)

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I'v previous put a post on for Brussels in general and loved the suggestions but, alas I can't get to any of them.
So, I've put together a thread specifically, for Parc Leopold and Parc du Cinquantenaire.
I'm planning to visit these places in March - would be good to have some ideas of the species I can see.
Any species will be good as going from Scotland, there will be many species not found in Scotland.
Its literally 9 minutes by train from Brussels-Luxembourg station (near Parc Leopold) to Boitsfort, which would give you a little bit more chance of seeing non-Scottish species (although I see both black redstart and short-toed treecreeper are possible in the urban parks...).

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