Posts Tagged ‘Herring Gull

29
Jan
15

Smiling Gull

At Sheringham last week a Herring Gull landed in front of me that sported jewellery. Not a nondescript, lets camouflage it ring but a bright orange slap your face ring that brightened a very dull day. He acquired his bling in London the ‘T’ standing for North Thames Gull Group, so not that far travelled. He posed for me, first the right side then the left. He even smiled for the camera. http://www.ntgg.org.uk/cgi-bin/map.cgi?p=recmap&t=r&r=GR94308

Herring Gull

30
Nov
13

Orange on a grey day

The dullness of a grey autumn day was broken with a splash of orange.

Not a Kingfisher or a late Clouded Yellow but a bit of jewellery. This Herring Gull acquired its bling not in some far flung country bordering the Caspian sea but at Pitsea Landfill site in Essex. Having been later seen at Cley on the North Coast it took up temporary residence at Walcott.

http://www.ntgg.org.uk/cgi-bin/map.cgi?p=recmap&t=r&r=GR75657 A lot could be learned by others from this fantastic website.

Herring Gull




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