There was a large flock of Greylags, now able to fly and a distant group of Mute Swans.
Ringed Black-Headed gull, the numbers 53 are visible on the ring.
A sleepy Little Gull in summer plumage
Very long antennae, and large eyes! Several of these caddis-flies (Mystacides longicornis) sat on the car.
Another ringed BH gull, in this one, 64 is visible.
Another Little Gull
Preening time for the Black headed gulls
Just before we left, I spotted this hybrid goose. I had the impression I had seen it somewhere before. When I got home, I checked through my hybrid goose photos and I realised it is likely to be an individual I saw around two years ago in East Park. This is it:
East Park, 23/1/12.
what do you think?
- Black-headed Gull
- Canada Goose
- Carrion Crow
- Great Crested Grebe
- Grey Heron
- Greylag Goose
- House Martin
- House Sparrow
- Little Gull
- Mute Swan
- Tufted Duck