Further scanning of the flock produced brief views of a 2nd win Caspian Gull (looking identical to the bird photographed y'day!) Unfortunately the flock dispersed before I could get a pic (I did take some very poor field notes!)
Continued looking had me perplexed by a bird that didn't seem to fit. I pointed it out to others and got some pics. In the field we came to the conclusion that it was probably a hybrid Herring/Glaucous. However, after looking in 'Gulls' we thought that the plumage fitted Kumlien's Gull. Expert advice has been sought, but I'm not sure if my pics will be of high enough quality!
A few Lesser Black-backed Gulls were also present amongst the throng, adding to the year list!
From here I moved on to Kings Lynn, where a luecistic Collared Dove was probably the most interesting sighting!
Then on to Wolferton, where (after a short wait) a female Golden Pheasant came in to view in the rear view mirror. As I turned and tried to find a comfortable position a car came passed and I assumed it moved into the foliage. Just after this another female quickly scurried across from the other side. Always good to see (these females showed no sign of hybridisation!!)
A Barn Owl was seen at West Newton on the way home.