There were a few highlights, and I guess to most the juvenile Glaucous Gull would be the best bird seen - only my second on the tip as they're pretty scarce here in the southeast these days.
|juvenile Glaucous Gull on the tip 3rd January 2015|
|2nd-winter Great Black-backed Gull J5493 on the tip 3rd January 2015|
|1st-winter Caspian Gull on the tip 3rd January 2015. A distinctive, small individual.|
|gull sp. - potentially a Herring Gull x Glaucous Gull hybrid or an aberrant Herring Gull. Note the lack of moult in the scapulars indicative of a northern origin. This bird was quite small too.|