A Conversation for The Rise of the Urban Seagull

Watching Seagulls

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deb - I'm in love with my soup maker & I don't care who knows it

What an interesting entry!

And quite relevant to me at the moment as the seagulls are back. I work near Birmingham city centre and every year we have several rival colonies fighting for the right to nest on the rooftops of our site. It makes fascinating viewing, the noise makes it feel like you're at the seaside, and later in the year we'll be able to watch the chicks take their first tentative flights. I just try not to use the fire escape too much in summer to avoid being dive-bombed!

Deb smiley - cheerup


Watching Seagulls

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Galaxy Babe - eclectic editor

smiley - biggrin

Thank you very much for sharing, and keep a sharp lookout!smiley - laugh

smiley - cheerup

GB
smiley - galaxy


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pailaway - (an utterly gratuitous link in the evolutionary chain)


To avoid being dive-bombed, btw, only heave a sandwich in the opposite direction from where you want to go, and then run fast smiley - run


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Galaxy Babe - eclectic editor

smiley - rofl (preferably aim for someone you don't like)smiley - run


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Galaxy Babe - eclectic editor

Btw I've added your lovely quote to the Entry, and your name to the credits Debsmiley - towel

smiley - ta


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deb - I'm in love with my soup maker & I don't care who knows it

smiley - blush aw thanks!


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Galaxy Babe - eclectic editor

You're welcome smiley - smiley You're now an honorary larophilesmiley - laugh Wear your splatterings with pridesmiley - biggrin


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