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Friday, August 1, 2014

Another Dinnertime Dash to Ogden

                           Usual juv Cormorant

  Black Headed gulls almost out of summer plumage now.

                                   
                                             Quiet waters
Always plenty activity round the feeding area.

Once again with a bank of drizzle over at midday it was a dash to Ogden in my lunch break to see if anything had dropped out of the sky..
The picture was much the same as the last visit apart from a greater number of LBB gulls. Again only time to scan from the promenade but nothing unusual on the water or around the shoreline.
11 LBB gulls were present on the water as well as the usual juv Cormorant.

Mid afternoon at work around 15 noisy BH gulls appeared from nowhere chasing a Sparrowhawk above the car park.
BS

1 comment:

Bradshaw Rambler said...

Some cool pics there Bri.
John.