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Credit to the good folk of Measham for their understanding and hospitality over the last few days, when many a long lens welcomed the early morning curtain draw in the quiet village
Still showing occasionally on the West Bank. The underwing is finely barred but appears whitish in strong light, further emphasizing the characteristic appearance.
A juvenile Caspian Gull is still an unusual sight in Britain and worthy of attention. The pallid overall appearance with simple feather patterns together with classic Caspian structure make this a very attractive young gull. Already sporting many second generation mantle and scapular feathers (plus the odd wing covert) this bird will moult to a more familiar first winter plumage. A corker!
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