Day 7! A whole week’s worth of daily posts. Getting easier to remember to do it but I suspect it will get harder to think what to write about; guess that’s the challenge really. It’s all for me really, all about me actually writing things down so I can discipline myself to write regularly, and you get to read it if you want. Today’s species is one I saw today on my birding ‘patch’ – basically a local area you visit often an gradually you see changes, learn what’s regularly there and when, and what’s a rarity. I find it more rewarding than going further afield to be honest, you get to know your local area.
What: Black-headed Gull Chroicocephalus ridibundus (Linnaeus, 1766)
When: 7th January 2020
Where: Poynton Pool, Cheshire, UK
Who saw it? Me
Where was the record submitted? To eBird https://ebird.org/home (110 individuals recorded)
Is it larger…
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