After its escape from the Gloucester tip ringers in December, the Glaucous-winged Gull had not been relocated - until Friday 2nd March. The bird played a game of cat-and-mouse with birders for four days, being noted at Ferryside on the Twyi Estuary, on the adjacent Gwendraeth Estuary and around at Burry Port in the Burry Inlet. The last sighting appears to have been on the morning of 5th March, but it must surely still be out there somewhere and many people will be hoping for another bite at this cherry. Don't forget, if you were lucky enough to see it, you can already add it to your BUBO lists as we've added it as a 'provisional' species.

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