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Sunday, 16 February 2014

Ross's Gull

Still present this morning off the river mouth but sounds like it is somewhat erratic in its appearances, with a few people on multiple dips. Let's hope it becomes a bit more predictable.  Quite a few Little Gulls in the area still.


Randal M Snowdrop said...

The bird is being regularly reported to me from Port Talbot Docks (as per our previous sighting) and also from the Steel Works (beach). The former is readily accessible.

Phil B said...

Absolute bollocks!

Randal M Snowdrop said...

That's right. Once it leaves Aberavon beach it disappears into a fourth dimension.

tiger said...

Is that an extension to the Bermuda triangle ?