Yellow-legged Gulls continue to arrive, with 9 counted amongst the LWHG flock - there could easily be more. These consisted of 2 adults, 6 2nd summers and a 3rd summer. A new adult and 3rd summer bird at least. There have been at least 12 different birds on site so far since June 6th and very probably more - the bulk of these have been 2nd summers and it is becoming difficult to keep track of these. The new adult (though I did see it briefly yesterday, but only for a nano-second) has a red darvic ring, which is probably from the North Thames Gull Group, but I wasn't able to read it - hopefully it will stick around so that it can be eventually.