Wednesday, 1 April 2015

Iceland Gull, Pensarn

I'm on a sphagnum course for a few days at the Rhyd y Creuau field centre, Betws-y-coed, with bryophyte expert Martha Newton. On the way I took the opportunity to call in again at Pensarn, Abergele, in the hope of having another look at the long staying 1st winter Iceland gull. I wasn't disappointed, today it performed wonderfully, giving prolonged views down to 10 feet. Even I was bound to get a decent photo so long as I pointed the camera in the general direction of the bird.

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