over a few visits:
5 Caspian Gulls, Iceland Gull, candidate American Herring Gull, 1st winter Yellow-legged Gulls, 100’s of northern argentatus Herring Gulls in all plumages- not a bad spot! What I really like about it are the fantastic views. A great learning environment. If you would like to join me I will be running a Gull Masterclasse. Kevin Clements (West Mids recorder is kindly helping with logistics).
Saturday 18th February
12 places available at £35 per person. Join me for a day from 9am to 5 pm. See your confidence and skills in identifying gulls grow and have lots of fun along the way!.
How to Book: Simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s get you booked in.
“I couldn’t have hoped for a better introduction to ‘Advanced Gulls’ and I can’t wait to get back out again, armed with a bit more knowledge and, perhaps more importantly, the inspiration to continue discovering…” R. Webb
9:00 am arrive and meet at Stubber’s Green Short orientation and input on what to look for. Then straight out into one of the best gull watching areas in the West Midlands.
Lunchtime: Bring your own or local cafe for hot drinks and food
Afternoon session finishing probably with the famous roost at Chasewater at 5pm.
Get ready for the winter gull-watching season. Who knows whats you might find…