Does anyone recognise this bird? Ok, perhaps not this exact bird, but its species… Update – July 8th: this bird has been positively identified as a Grey Gull.
Here’s a young gull enjoying life by the sea in Brixham, Devon.
Here’s the third (and final) bird on a coloured background photo… this time it’s a gull on grey:
I’ve never really studied the beak of a gull before, but look at this one… what is the purpose of that bright orange patch? Any ideas?
Here’s another black-headed gull, this time with his eponymous black head fully on show.
A gull used this very clear puddle as a convenient place to take a bath.
This gull just wanted to be alone, it remained quite a distance apart from the rest of the flock.
Gulls, they’re everywhere aren’t they? At least, they’re very common in my neck of the woods. So much so that they can often be overlooked (isn’t it strange how we do that with so many things that are all around us?) However, this particular bird happened to hang around on exactly the right patch of …
This bird was causing quite a ripple effect on the water, seemed to be enjoying itself though. What did this image teach me? Gulls may be a common sight around the country (not just at the seaside) but that doesn’t mean they should be ignored – they can make for an interesting subject.