In absence of a Forum page could I refer readers to todays Express and Echo (page 36) in which a Mr Norman Brooking raises a question.  He says 'every morning at about sunrise many thousands of gulls fly in a north-westerly direction in front of his window (Waterside, Exeter) and at dusk this pattern is reversed.  He thinks they are Black-headed Gulls and asks where they might be going- perhaps to a rubbish tip?'

If anyone has the definitive answer please email me (ruscoe@talktalk.net) and I will happily reply to the Echo. Thanks... Jonathan (East Devon Branch).

Posted November 19th, 2015 at 2:48 pm by Jonathan Ruscoe in Bird News