10.07.21 A pair of Yellow leg’s at Birling Gap.

A wet but still morning, the summer continues in it’s cool and changeable theme this year so far.

Definitely a “downtime” for birding, I’ve been keeping a relaxed eye on things but yet to encounter any migrant Willow Warbler. This morning I decided to check a gull roost that has been gathering just north of Birling Gap for Yellow-leg’s and sure enough there were 2 in amongst the Herring Gulls along with a couple of Lesser black back’s. It’s been a better year for them than 2020 where I didn’t see one until the 13th July.


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