So Common that I have never seen one. Then, if it is one that is usually at sea, I wouldn't get much of a chance.
Hi Toffeeapple. You should consider a trip to the North Norfolk coast – "Despite its name, it is not at all common in some inland areas, though often abundant on the coast and in some eastern counties" (RSPB). All best, Tim
I am useless at driving - no sense of direction. OH sometimes takes me to Norfolk, he knows that I like flat country but I've not been for a while, must work on that.
Hi there, Heering Gull here I would say, a bird at the start of its third calender year, in second winter plumage...
Again Alan thanks so much for putting me right.