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Heron Gull

By soulofharmony    

Forming its white feather.. what i've found so amazing is how the Suffolk Trust (Nature,RSPB) rings each new hatchling, of what you always perceive to be the most common at the coast, when in fact they are declining in number by 60% in the last 30 yrs. and black headed gulls by 30%..(( in towns and cities the numbers are soaring, guess hooked on kfc )) ... each one how ever is special and a gift..!!!
orginally thought this chap/ess only had one leg... but as approached closer realised.. it was tucked inside its body...!!!

Thank you for all previous c/c & views..

Nikki !!!...

Tags: Coast Wildlife and nature Wild life nature Suffolk RSPB Gulls What ever

Voters: Greyheron, cheesey, georgiepoolie

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