If the caption fits . . .

01 May 1990
Comments Editorials This Black-headed Gull Lams ridibundus (plate 125, opposite) was photographed in Suffolk in November 1977 by Terry Bond, who suggested that the bird is saying: 'You wouldn't believe how many people identify me as a Laughing Gull!' Can you think of an e...
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Mystery Photographs

01 July 1984
Comments Editorials What we have in plate 89 (and repeated here) is a robust lark, standing on a rock, with the breeze creating a 'black hole' in its breast and perhaps exaggerating its crest. From the relative size of its bill and its legs, it is not a small bird, and th...
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