Young Herring Gull

At this time of the year the gulls who have been dive-bombing us in our gardens, whilst protecting their chicks,  move down to the shore. They’re not us aggressive now and you can get closer to take photographs. An adult Herring Gull can weigh over a kilogram, have a wing span of almost five feet... Continue Reading →

Controlled Crash

It’s that time of the year again when the Herring Gull chicks fly from the nest site. I live by the sea, we don't have cliffs, just sand dunes, so the gulls come inland to nest. Rooftops are a favourite, especially in the angle between the chimney and the roof, perfect for a large nest.... Continue Reading →

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