|Massed Gulls this evening Dungeness 12th February 2016
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Despite a change to SExE winds there was no sign of any real passage offshore although eight Mediterranean Gulls did fly past amidst hundreds of gulls feeding on the shellfish washing up on the beach. The first-winter Caspian and Glaucous Gulls were still showing well.