Tuesday, 28 June 2016

WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY - Great Saltee Island (Part 3 )

These are some of the birds I saw on my evening walk at Kilmore quay before making the journey the next day to Great Saltee Island.  They are Herring and Black headed Gulls and a Meadow Pipit.  







i am linking this post with WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY.

Many thanks for your visit and also those who leave comments.

19 comments:

  1. The gull is wearing lipstick! So this means she is a female...

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  2. The gulls beaks are impressive. Very impressive.

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  3. so beautiful... have a great day~

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  4. Hi Margaret, You amaze me --having time to blog so much, visit other bloggers, go to Facebook, hike and travel so much... I guess I'm winding down or something because I have trouble getting it all INTO my busy life these days.

    Love the photos today --and always... You are living the GOOD life....Blessings to you.
    Hugs
    Betsy

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  5. Hello Margaret, wonderful shots and closeups of the gulls. Enjoy your day and have a happy week ahead!

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  6. Handy to compare my skylark shot with that one - skylark browner and whiter breast. I thought it was a meadow pipit at first

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  7. I've never seen such pretty seagulls before, Margaret! Lovely shots!

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  8. Hi Margaret. You certainly show the size difference between a Black-headed Gull and a Herring Gull. The bigger gull is definitely a bit of a brute.

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  9. Hello!:) I like the picture of the Black-headed Gull and the Herring gull in the same frame, but they are all good shots.

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  10. Great close-up photos of all the gulls.

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  11. Beautiful bird photos! Thanks for visiting my blog while I was away!

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  12. Such detail in the gull's eyes! Nice shots :o)

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  13. There is a certain charm about the gulls.Their sleek plumage is so pretty.

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  14. Wonderful shots of the Herring Gulls :) Lovely to see all the plumage details.

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  15. I enjoyed this post... And the blog at least, reading about Ireland 🤗

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  16. The gulls are beautiful. I love the first photo.

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