Wednesday, July 11, 2007

'Cheese and Pickle near- Gulls'

With a real danger of nodding off on the couch after tea this evening I decided some fresh air was in order, and it can generally be no fresher than on the edge of the North Sea! A trip down to the coastal patch near Sheringham was not surprisingly uneventful (I had yet to receive the news of a Yellow-nosed Albatross on a fishing lake for two days just over the border in Lincolnshire last week!) But armed with the camera I had plenty of Sandwich Terns to practice my birds in flight tecnique (a combo of luck and co-ordination!)

Kittiwake (adult and first summer with Sandwich Tern) about 25 flew west

Kittiwake (probably 2nd summer)

Sandwich Terns

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