Bonaparte’s Gull (Chroicocephalus philadelphia)

The Bonaparte’s Gull is the american equivalent of the Black-headed Gull. The shape of the dark hood and the white leading edge to the primaries are both strongly reminiscent of Black-headed Gull but the hood is actually sooty-black rather than brown, the legs are ‘bubble-gum’ pink and the underwing is much whiter, especially under the Read More …

Sara Frost’s Wildlife Blog

My Wildlife Blog Sara Frost is a young zoologist living on the Isle of Seil who has recently been successful in becoming a Local Patch Reporter for the BBC Wildlife Magazine. Sara is one of twenty writers across the UK who have been chosen to write a weekly online blog for the next year  about Read More …

New LNHG Facebook Group

  LNHG used to have a very lively online forum with lots of good discussion and many people sending in wildlife observations or photos for identification.  This forum was hosted by Yahoo but unfortunately a few members could not access it owing to problems seemingly at Yahoo’s end. We then moved the forum to Local Read More …