Apologies for not putting this out during the day, but there were two Lesser 
Black-backed gulls on the mounds at the Stevenson Road Composting Facility 
between 1120-130 today.  

They were with maybe 700 Ring-billed Gulls and 25 or so Herring Gulls. One was 
an adult, white head/neck, with very bright but not deep bill and big smudgy 
red spot (as well as yellowish legs and fairly dark back) and other with some 
head-neck streaking, a black-ish bill and less uniform grey back.  Neither 
flew, and I am not proficient enough to  guess at age of second bird. 

Anne
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