Wednesday, 26 January 2011

Black-headed Gull

The salt marshes at Salthouse in North Norfolk are a magical place to spend some time. Sandwiched between the sea and a ridge just inland, the area teems with birdlife. Geese are noisy overhead, marsh harriers bob and weave as they hunt, songbirds congregate in the reeds and – in one spot popular with locals and tourists – gulls, mallard, coots, moorhens and swans queue to be fed. This Black-headed Gull, however, was in no mood for sharing…

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