A sunny morning with a temperature of 12°C as i headed to the Lake at Lister Park where I was greeted with the sight of c100 Lesser Black-backed Gulls. With them were a few Herring Gulls one of which had a different look which could have been a sub species.There were c150 Canadas and 20 Greylags making for a full Lake with the usual Tufteds,Mallards,Coots and Moorhens, not to mention c75 Feral Pigeons.
A walk up to the gardens area provided a number of LT Tits some of which were juveniles, others included Greenfinch,Robin,Wren,Starling and Song Thrush with several Grey Squirrels running around.
|Juvenile LT Tit|
|Feral Pigeon with colour rings|
|plenty Grey Squirrels|
|This Gull had a different look,maybe sub-species Herring Gull|
|Herring & LBB Gulls|
|LBB, poss Herring Gull? and Canada bringing up the rear|
|Canada in with the Gulls|
|Lister Park,Bradford 24/6/2018|