Pride of place today though goes to a lovely, smokey juvenile Iceland Gull that came in late morning and was then present on and off until mid afternoon; at times it showed to just a few yards in the sunshine and was actually the first one on the tip for nearly a year and a half.
|juvenile Iceland Gull 1st March 2014|
|1st-winter Caspian Gull 1st March 2014|
|leucistic 1st-winter Great Black-backed Gull 1st March 2014 (with Iceland Gull, below)|
|adult Mediterranean Gull 1st March 2014|
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