An adult Caspian Gull stood at the back of the pack and spent nearly all the time hunched up. It flapped its wings just the once but it held its wings open after the last flap and revealed a text book primary pattern. Its eyes were a brown colour and its legs were greyish pink.
|Hunched Up Adult Caspian Gull|
|Adult Herring Gull|
Four adult Yellow-legged Gulls were resting on the ice. They were obviously not used to ice as I watched two of them slipping and sliding.
|Adult Yellow-legged Gull|
I read fourteen colour-rings including three Lesser Black-backed Gulls that were ringed on Guernsey.
|Adult Black-headed Gull, 2CDT|
The colour-ringed Black-headed Gull had been recorded at Newton in Warwickshire on December 26th 2014 indicating that it probably roosts at Draycote Water.
|Lesser Black-backed Gull|