The bird looked strikingly pale when first seen (but that might have been the light), the very dark head, neck and upper breast was striking. Interesting black in the primaries, P6 and P5, various other features might lead to a possible Yank Herring Gull, but they're next to impossible to identify unless they show off conveniently in front of you in good light for a few hours, or conveniently die so the wings can be carefully examined.
Big aurora here right now, but the moon is too bright to see it properly.
Louise enjoyed the foam storm when we went for a walk.
A couple of good bonfires over this weekend.
Our garden, Sunday
I'm still working on this talk for a fortnight's time for the Field Club, getting there slowly.