Whilst driving to work this morning i recieved a text (many thanks Liam) informing me an ICELAND GULL was on the rocks at Splash Point. I quickly turned round and soon arrived. There was no sign as the Gull was hidden by rocks, so a walk up the cliff soon solved the problem as nice views were had.
It was viewed by many observers during this space of time and was still present when i left, though i would imagine it carried it's journey east when the tide came in.
This was a great bird for my Sussex yearlist which now stands at 195.