Pair of world’s smallest gulls make history in Aberdeenshire
Wednesday July 6th 2016 at 8:27 AM
A pair of the world’s smallest species of gull have made history after hatching at an Aberdeenshire nature reserve.
The “Little Gull” chicks hatched at the Loch of Strathbeg site near Fraserburgh – the first of their kind born in Scotland.
Normally settling in colder climates like northern Scandinavia , this is only the sixth time a nest has been made in Britain.
Richard Humpage is the Grampian site manager for the RSPB: