Wednesday, September 19, 2012

An early Glaucous Gull


A three hour seawatch under clear blue skies first thing this morning was far from dull (especially given the continuing south-westerlies), the highlight being this third-winter type Glaucous Gull, in off the sea, onto the end of Carr Naze, and soon off to the north.


 An unexpected bonus, even if it did look as if it'd just been through about six hours on spin dry.