look at me now.

The first of this year’s young Black-headed gulls years have left their nest site in Titchfield Haven and are out and about – this one I spotted in the harbour.

look at me now 2

I have watched and recorded the life cycle of these gulls this year from pairing, mating, nest building. Then I photographed eggs in the nests. Small chicks growing from fluffy balls to larger chicks. Now they are fully independent and off on their own.

 

 

 

3 thoughts on “look at me now.

  1. Just liked I watched with the robins … I enjoyed watching their progression as well. These chicks grew up fast … hope they are ready to be out on their own and learned everything they needed to know from their parents to venture forth.

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