Juvenile Black-headed Gull
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|The Black-headed Gull is now seen all over the UK, often near rubbish dumps, parks, lakes and wet fields.|
This juvenile has still to finish malting to obtain it's adult plumage. They lay 2 -3 eggs taking 23 -26 days to hatch, nesting on the ground or in reeds.
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excellent in-flight photography of the Black-headed Gull,
shot with very fine POV, i love the bird's in-flight pose
and the way he is framed on the image, excellent focus on it
with great sharpness and details of its plumage, TFS