Jan
05
2009

Settled

A juvenile seagull hunkers down to begin a preening regime on the shoreline of Lake Monger.  Many young seagulls are following their parents around this time of the year learning how to trick your mate out of a chip and the best angle of inclination with which to dive bomb a car windscreen.  They make such a quiet squeak; quite in contrast to their older, surlier brethren.

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