Promoting observation, free range exploration, sense of place and citizen science, through the field notes of a naturalist.

Tuesday, 3 September 2013


This evening my beady eye caught sight of this colour ringed lesser black backed gull feeding on the roundabout opposite Newport's waste transfer station. Despite a detour to park up for a closer view of the bird and attached ring this individual failed to oblige hence a crop of poor quality images. There's some suggestion it has bred locally as at one point an immature bird was seen to spend time with this adult seemingly begging for food.

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