Monday, 1 November 2010

Vis-migging from the Mammoth and some gulls!

With the last count of the month, Vis-migging from the Mammoth watch point was actually very quiet and not much was moving. The only highlight of the morning was an Little Egret flying north @ around 7.50am.
The full details for the watch can be found here:

Due to an adult Franklin's Gull dodging the county border in nearby Derbyshire and roosting at Foremark Reservoir for a few nights, I checked out Albert Village Lake (AVL) again in the hope that the gull would appear here? However the gull had other ideas and at the moment still refuses to cross the county boundary! So the two days I was at AVL last week I found a 1st winter Med Gull,an adult Caspian Gull and at least two adult Yellow-legged Gulls in the large gull flock.
A couple shots of the adult Caspian Gull at AVL.
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