21 thoughts on “What Am I?

  1. Rugbyfan

    take a bit of time from tweeting (181K !?) and read some books on irish wildlife and educate yourself!

  2. Derek

    As already said, it a young herring gull, they get the white and grey feathers and yellow beak with red tip in the second year. What people generally call a ‘sea gull’

  3. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    iT’S WHAT i’D CALL…HANG ON….
    It’s what I’d call a lesser-beaked seagull, or a seagull who’s been trying to eat the pavement too often.

    It isn’t easy to be certain, and I’m no orthodentrist or anything. My knowledge of birds begins at the neck and moves swiftly downwards

    Any chance you could nip out and get a shot at the other side of his head?
    The eye we can see looks well gammy.

    1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

      I’m basing my random guess solely on the size of the ‘skidmark‘ evident in the photo.

      It’s definitely not an ostrich. They have longer necks and don’t poo as much.

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