Spent a couple of chilly and windy days at Minsmere this week, opening the car door in the car park to the deafening sound of 1000's? of Black Headed Gulls being their usual sociable selves. And drowning out the 100+ Mediterranean Gulls being equally sociable.
Not good weather for decent pictures being so cloudy and grey on Wed and not much better on Thurs but the subjects of interest were nearer and still, mostly.
Sill have very milky eyes so I guess the cake has not been decided yet,
First time we have seen Adders in decades so really pleased to have spotted them as no sightings of Otter or Bittern but heard one booming (5 booms).
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